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June, 2019 Emil Otto Expands Portfolio of Fluxing Agents


Eltville, Germany — Emil Otto GmbH has expanded its product range of alcohol and water-based fluxes. Two more fluxing agents, EO-


Y-005 and EO-Y-006, are available to customers with immediate effect and further diversify the company’s prod- uct portfolio.


The new agents are hybrid flux-


es with an alcohol content. Due to the water-based formula, the soldering results are very good and the circuit board is clean, following the applica- tion of the fluxing agent. Both fluxes are suitable for use


on OSP circuit boards. The new fluxes were developed for use during wave and selective soldering. They can also be used for both manual and rework soldering, as well as dip soldering. The soldering properties are very good, particularly in step-through and wet- ting of the circuit board. The EO-Y-005 is also available


in three versions, A, B and C. The in- dividual versions allow the customer to select a fluxing agent coordinated to his or her area of application. The A variant has a low solid content of 2 percent and was developed especially for full tunnel nitrogen applications. Due to its wide process window and high temperature stability, the flux guarantees good soldering results under full nitrogen. The standard version, the all-


around version of the EO-Y-005, is B, which has a solid content of 3 per- cent. This variant of the EO-Y-005 is also available in a dosing pen or dos- ing bottle. The C flux variant has a


solid content of 4 percent and was de- veloped especially for power electron- ics, for which large component bodies must be soldered at a low assembly density. The entire EO-Y-005 series has a very low alcohol content of 7 percent. The EO-Y-006 has a solid content of 4 percent and an alcohol content of 60 percent.


EO-Y-005A hybrid flux. Contact: EMIL OTTO Flux- u.


Oberflächentechnik GmbH, Eltviller Landstrasse 22, 65346 Eltville, Germany % +49-6123-7046-0 E-mail: info@emilotto.de Web: www.emilotto.de


ISRA Develops High Speed Bin Picking


DL Technology has been the leader in micro dispensing technology for over 15 years. For more 


www.dltechnology.com 216 River Street, Haverhill, MA 01832 • P: 978.374.6451 • F: 978.372.4889 • sales@dltechnology.com


Darmstadt, Germany — High speeds in scanning and parts detection are offering a whole new level of per- formance in fully automated bin picking. The latest version of the proven IntelliPICK3D, now fitted with an innovative four-camera sen- sor solution, enables robust compo- nent detection and optimized cycle times.


A wide range of sensor sizes


provides detection of even the tiniest components. Easy integration, in just a few hours, allows maximum flexi- bility of use. Equipped with embed- ded technology, Wi-Fi and the OPC/UA communication protocol, they are also well-suited for net- worked production.


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 


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 With its quad-camera technolo-


gy, the high-performance Power- PICK3D sensor achieves top speeds and empties pallet cages in short pe- riods of time. MiniPICK3D, on the other hand, is optimized for compo- nents with edges just a few millime- ters long, meeting the requirements for applications in the fields of fine mechanics, electronics, toys, and comparable industries. These new sensors for fully automated bin pick- ing complement the successful Intel- liPICK3D product line, whose robust component detection impresses even under the most difficult of conditions. Based on ISRA’s Intelli -


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PICK3D, the IntelliPICK3D-PRO was specifically designed with the tough conditions on production lines in mind. Its powerful laser lighting ensures detailed image capturing with a high depth focus even at great distances from the container, in incident light, and under other difficult conditions, while still being safe for the human eye. Bin picking can now be complet-


ed at record speeds with the quad- camera technology of the Power- PICK3D sensor. During this multi- stereo process, four integrated cam- eras capture the components to be picked in the container. PowerPICK3D automatically


creates an optimized picking se- quence and calculates the correspon- ding robot paths. As the quad-cam- era assembly provides multiple cam- era angles, the sensor guarantees highly reliable multi-view image cap- turing, even with shadows in the field of view or light reflections from


   


component surfaces. Contact: ISRA VISION AG, In-


dustriestrasse 14, 64297 Darmstadt, Germany % +49-6151-948-0 E-mail: info@isravision.com Web: www.isravision.com


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