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March, 2020


San Jose, CA — JAVAD EMS (JEMS) has installed a KE-3020VXL high-speed flexible component mounting system from Juki Automation. A long- standing Juki customer, JEMS has added this sys- tem to its existing four Juki lines. The KE-3020VXL offers JEMS improved flexi-


bility and production quality. It supports both elec- tronic and mechanical tape feeders and can handle boards up to 22 x 24 in. (560 x 610 mm). With its multi-nozzle (six nozzles) laser head, the KE-3020 can achieve a rated IPC9850 speed of 17,100 CPH and is capable of a component placement range from 01005 (0402 metric) to 0.1 in.2 (74 mm2). According to the company, the need for the


new large-format machine was precipitated by the awarding of a new PCB going into production for an existing customer. The board is 21 x 22.5 in. (533 x 572 mm) in size, 0.28 in. (7 mm) thick, has more than 50 layers, just under 15,000 component placements, and nearly 87,000 total solder joints. The components include 12 BGAs that are 2.2 x 2.2 (55 x 55


Optomec Integrates AutoCLAD Vision System into 3D Printer


Albuquerque, NM — Optomec has in- tegrated the Huffman AutoCLAD vi- sion system with its LENS directed energy deposition (DED) metal 3D printing solutions. AutoCLAD is a proprietary integrated vision and software system that generates a custom toolpath for each part prior to processing. Originally developed for the


Huffman brand, the system has been used in production extensively by major manufacturers and servicers of aircraft engines and industrial gas turbines to restore worn or damaged components. Adding this capability to the


LENS brand of solutions will enable customers to use automated DED for the repair of reactive metals like tita- nium in a controlled, argon atmos- phere. It also brings the AutoCLAD technology to hybrid additive manu- facturing — combining additive man- ufacturing and machining capabili- ties in a single system. AutoCLAD images the part and


then automatically adapts and modi- fies the toolpath and DED parame- ters for each individual part based on variations in orientation, dimension and shape. It not only adjusts the toolpath for variation, but it also adapts laser power to reduce the heat input into thinner areas, which dras- tically reduces the heat-affected zone (HAZ) of the finished part. Finally, by fine-tuning the toolpath for the in- dividual part, a smaller overbuild is achieved, which significantly reduces the final machining time after the additive manufacturing process. The AutoCLAD system is avail-


able immediately as an upgrade for all Optomec LENS systems that use the Siemens 840D controller, which includes the LENS CS 600, CS 800,


CS 1500, and MTS 860 machines. Contact: Optomec, 3911 Singer


N.E., Albuquerque, NM 87109 % 505-761-8250


E-mail: swatson@optomec.com Web: www.optomec.com


www.nikonmetrology.com sales.nm-us@nikon.com 1 (800) 552-6648


Juki KE-3020VXL large-board component mounter.


www.us-tech.com


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mm) in size with 2,892 balls each. JEMS has more than 40,000 ft2 (3,716 m2) of


manufacturing space in the heart of Silicon Valley, which it continually updates to the highest stan- dards of electronic manufacturing services, com- munication, client support, employee comfort, and training. The company’s SMT lines are complete with 3D SPI and AOI complemented by fully auto- mated 3D X-ray for solder joint inspection. The company’s manufacturing lines are high-


ly flexible, allowing for diverse and complex prod- ucts using the latest in component packaging tech- nologies to be assembled and quick quick changeover between products, enabling high-mix,


low- to medium-volume production. Contact: Javad EMS, 900 Rock Avenue,


San Jose, CA 95131 % 408-770-1700 E-mail: info@javadems.com Web: www.javadems.com


NIKON X-RAY Revolutionizing Electronics Inspection


• Nikon proprietary x-ray source with unlimited life cycle


• Advanced semi-sphere imaging range: 81° oblique viewing on any 360° rotational angle over entire tray surface


• Up to 3600x of geometric (non-digital) magnification


• High-Grade Amorphous-Silicon Digital Detector with true 16-bit Analog to Digital Converter


• Largest field-of-view detector in the industry (10” x 8”)


• 3D CT and 3D Laminography reconstruction


• Available in 130 kV and 160 kV 3D measurement analysis including inspection of obstructed BGAs


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