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June, 2019


FKN: Custom Crimp Dies for C200 Pneumatic Press


Millis, MA — New from FKN, a cus- tom, two-position die made to specifi- cation speeds up the production process for this double-barrel connec- tor housing. The housing with two barrel contacts is placed into the tool- ing nest, and one 4 AWG wire is placed into each contact. Stepping on the pneumatic foot pedal crimps both wires and contacts at the same time. Available off the shelf from


FKN Systek, the C200 tabletop crimp press takes a variety of dies from different manufacturers. The press is air operated using standard factory air (5 bar minimum), with a pressing capacity of up to 1,200 kp. The C200 allows easy and convenient change of tools and setup for differ- ent crimp contacts. In addition to crimping bare


and insulated crimp terminals, the C200 can also be used to assemble IDC connectors to ribbon cable, split ribbon cable, cut wire, stamp small components, and a variety of other tasks. Tooling for different applica- tions is available.


Custom wire crimp die for FKN C200 pneumatic press.


Contact: FKN Systek, 115


Pleasant Street, Millis, MA 02054 % 508-376-2500 fax: 508-376-2505


E-mail: fkn@fknsystek.com Web: www.fknsystek.com


Mycronic Launches Mask Writer


Rowley, MA — Mycronic has launched its new Prexision Lite 8, for the low- to mid-end display pho- tomask market. The company offers mask writers for the manufacturing of photomasks within different fields of application. These areas are dis- play manufacturing (e.g. TVs, smart- phones and tablets) and applications within the multipurpose market. The Prexision Lite 8 mask


writer is built on a new platform and designed to meet the requirements for cost-efficient production of pho- tomasks for mainstream displays up to G8 mask size. Despite the clear trend towards more advanced pho- tomasks for displays, the market for less complex photomasks will remain a significant and important segment. Prexision Lite 8 is a comple-


ment to the more advanced Prexision 8, and broadens the range of avail- able mask writer configurations to meet different customer needs. The Prexision Lite 8 is an attractive op- tion for customers with a need to up- date their production in a cost-effi- cient way with limited need for addi- tional high-end capability. The Prex- ision Lite 8 has improved quality performance and increased writing speed by 35 percent, compared with the corresponding product in the dis- continued LRS series. The Prexision Lite 8 is available in Mycronic’s re- placement program but is also avail-


able without trade-in. Contact: Mycronic, Inc., 320


Newburyport Turnpike, Rowley, MA 01969 % 978-948-6919 Web: www.mycronic.com


Smart Sonic: Cleaner for Fine-Pitch Stencils


Cleveland, OH — Smart Sonic offers a stencil cleaner that is guaranteed by the company to clean any type of solder paste from any fine- pitch stencil. The compa- ny offers a complete, turnkey process by provid- ing the chemistry and equipment that is verified as environmentally safe, user-safe and effective by the U.S. EPA. It is an al- ternative option to spray technology. The company’s sten-


cil cleaners use low power density for the safe clean- ing of pallets and mis- printed PCBs. In addition, Smart Sonic stencil wash- ers clean without heat or at very low temperatures, which protects the stencil and conserves energy. The cleaning efficiency provided by the machines improves print qual-


ity and yields. A cleaner stencil re- duces misprints and improves overall production.


Smart Sonic stencil cleaning system. Contact: Smart Sonic Corp., 837


E. 79 Street, Cleveland, OH 44103 % 818-610-7900 fax: 818-610-7909


E-mail: smt@smartsonic.com Web: www.smartsonic.com


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