system consists of a chuck where the actual placement takes place. Substrates such as PCBs can be easily inserted and fixed. The chuck allows for the processing of substrates with a maximum size of 200x200x3 mm.
By means of a special software plug-in, the actual placement force from 0-5N ±0.5N can be predefined. Subsequently, the spring characteristic is calibrated for each nozzle and the data is stored in the database. The assistance of the track measurement ensures that the nozzle is processed in the correct force-path sequence for the component assembly. The force measurement begins as soon as the nozzle touches the substrate’s surface. Afterwards, the measured values are stored in a log file. The single force-path sequences of a placement process can then be analyzed and broken down to individual placement heads and nozzles, allowing for detailed analysis of the placement process.
The FLX2011 pick-and-place machine is state-of-the-art. It offers an extraordinary application range, ideal for subcontractors or product manufacturers producing a large variety of different PCBs. It features easy programming and setup, an intelligent feeder and inventory concept, and it enables changeover with no downtime. Two dosing systems can directly be integrated in the placement head. These features make the FLX2011 one of the most flexible machines available to the market.