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June, 2019 Valtronic Adds Two Juki Pick-and-Place Systems


Cleveland, OH — Valtronic recently invested in two new Juki 3020 SMT pick-and-place machines, expanding its SMT lines to meet growth de- mands. These additions will provide flexibility, depth and breadth to the company’s manufacturing lines. With the addition of these ma-


chines, Valtronic now has two com- plete lines with two machines each in series, which allows for complex as- semblies with placements of up to 160 different components. There remains two lines with


one machine each, one devoted to production and the second for proto- types. This setup allows for maxi- mum flexibility for verification and


validation runs for mid-size volumes providing best-in-class customer service. The new machines are capable of


handling 01005 (0402 metric) parts, boards up to 14 x 16 in. (35.6 x 40.6 cm) and with six nozzles, provide speed and state-of-the-art accuracy. The machines’ vision technology


and laser centering capabilities pro- vide versatility for precise placement for a variety of part sizes, providing improved quality during the pick- and-place process. With the solder paste inspection


(SPI) and automated optical inspec- tion (AOI) equipment purchased at the end of 2018, Valtronic has invest-


Juki 3020 pick-and-place system.


ed in machines that provide the qual- ity and flexibility demanded in high-


mix/low-volume markets. Contact: Valtronic, 29200


Fountain Parkway, Solon, OH 44139 % 440-349-1239


E-mail: pklavora@valtronic.com Web: www.valtronic.com


TAKAYA Flying Probe Tests LED Colors


TECHNICA, U.S.A. Fulfilling Manufacturing Needs Throughout the Electronics Industry


Santa Clara, CA — The TAKAYA APT-1400F and APT-1600FD flying probe testing systems from TEXMAC precisely test LED components for color. The APT-1400 series systems can be optionally equipped with LED Color Sensors that enable the func- tional testing of LEDs. Color spec- trum (RGB) and luminance parame- ters of LEDs can be verified to meet component specifications.


APT-1400 series flying probe test system.


With the APT-1400 series, set


up of the LED test is very simple and intuitive. Test engineers are present- ed with a graphical interface that al- lows them to set the source voltage/current and locate the place- ment of the LED sensor to monitor the LED emissions. Test parameters are set to monitor source current and to sense the RGB and luminance val- ues of the illuminated LED. According to the company,


•Fast setup & changeover •Simple operation


•Stable & reliable print process •Fine pitch printing capability •Excellent print definition


•Powerful off-Line programming •User friendly interface •Exceptional pickup reliability •100% ball & lead inspection •Optimal performance & accuracy


xcellent choice for High Mix, Medium Volume Production


TAKAYA flying probers are the only major Japanese-engineered and manufactured flying probe systems in the industry. They are proven to be accurate, repeatable and reliable systems. With ease of use and fast program development, TAKAYA pro- vides a best-in-class solution for quick-turn response, prototype envi- ronment through production test runs. TEXMAC, Inc., is the exclusive authorized distributor of TAKAYA flying probers in North America. EMS providers and OEMs use


TAKAYA flying probers to provide cost-effective electrical test in place of in-circuit test for prototypes and low-to-medium volume production. They are also very effective as a diag- nostic tool on complex boards that fail functional test. Designed for use by manufacturers who require accu- racy, reliability, and ease of use, they provide capabilities that are crucial


to test operations. Contact: TEXMAC, Inc., 3370


Available in the United States exclusively through Technica U.S.A.


1-800-909-8697 www.technica.com


Montgomery Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054 % 408-970-9171 E-mail: rmckenzie@texmacusa.com Web: www.texmac.com


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