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March, 2021


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Page 27 FKN Releases Benchtop Depaneling Router


MILLIS, MA — Singulating low- volume tab routed PCBs to strict military specifications requires the right tool for the job. FKN has introduced its R100, a bench- top PCB depaneling router with a number of tooling options to make singulating a variety of FR4 or aluminum tab-routed panels safe and convenient. The R100 can be used for


flexible singulation of tab-routed panels in low-to-medium quanti- ties, or as a backup to high-speed programmable routers for short runs, and for separating thick


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backplanes that cannot be singu- lated by other means. This table- top depaneling router is designed for manually separating PCB panels and producing uniform edges with edge finish quality comparable with that of inline programmable router systems. Equipped with a positioning


collet with two fully adjustable guide pins on either side of the router bit, this depaneling router cleanly separates the boards along the routing channel path. Optional tooling for round panels makes it easy to singulate one unit in one board placement. The panel inside the holding


nest can be rotated, allowing the user to cut four or more tabs in a single pass. Accommodating vir- tually any size PCB, the R100’s guide pin positioning collet lets an operator match the contour of the cutting path around a PCB panel. Standard features include an adjustable spindle speed up to 35,000 rpm, adjustable router bit height, choice of five standard bit sizes and built-in dust extraction channel.


Contact: FKN Systek, 115


FKN’s new R100 singulates low-to-medium volume PCB runs easily.


Pleasant Street, Millis, MA 02054 % 508-376-2500 E-mail: fkn@fknsystek.com Web: www.fknsystek.com


Monthly Discounts


GAINESVILLE, GA — Count On Tools, Inc., (COT) is offering sale pricing on standard tooling for all types of pick-and-place ma- chines throughout the year. The OEM/nozzles will change each month, as well as the discount percentage. Saving money and cutting


build costs is critically important to any electronics manufacturer. COT has been a source for high- quality SMT pick-and-place noz- zles and associated consumables in the EMS industry for more than 25 years.


Tooling for pick-and-place machines.


The team at COT has the


knowledge and experience to help customers meet their chal- lenges with a focus on quality and customer satisfaction. COT nozzles and tooling are in use at many of the world’s leading EMS companies. Count On Tools is a leading


provider of precision machined components, SMT spare parts and Swiss-made hand tools, both domestically and globally. The company has won numerous awards for its quality products


and services. Contact: Count On Tools, Inc., 2481 Hilton Drive, Suite 3,


Gainesville, GA 30501 % 770-538-0411 E-mail: ccouch@cotinc.com Web: www.cotinc.com


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