Speedline unveils new wave soldering, printing devices
VectraES wave soldering system is the latest addition to Speedline Electrovert's wave soldering systems line, joining the VectraElite and Electra platforms. With its system-wide accessibility, advanced control system and innovative sub-system technologies designed for today's Pb-free environment, Speeldine said VectraES will soon be the system of choice for low to medium production environments. VectraES promises a balance between system performance, functionality and low cost of ownership.
ServoSpray complements the company's spray fluxer product line-up. This servo-controlled reciprocating spray fluxing system has an air atomized spray head, pressure tank flux supply system, self-cleaning nozzle capability, and the ability to spray in one or both directions via recipe control. The system provides customers a cost effective method of applying flux as it delivers positive hole penetration and spray uniformity for a wide range of fluxes at a competitive price, Speedline said.
The will also launch several exciting new options for the MPM Accela printing system, designed for manufacturers requiring high volume throughput with high yield performance.
SpeedVision is a new high-speed inspection option capable of performing full 2D inspection of either or both the substrate and the stencil at line speed. Speedline said technologies employed are contrast and the company's patented texture-based algorithms for image processing and quantification, and three new patent-pending methods for increasing the speed of printer-based inspection, enabling line-rate complete inspection.
A new option for process setup verification and traceability using bar code reading capability and enhancements in the machine software will be launched soon. This has been sought by manufacturers for ensuring and documenting process quality for either high reliability applications or to satisfy RoHS compliance methods. Using these new options, customers can further utilise the performance offered by the Accela system, Speedline said.
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