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Test handler to feature at productronica

9th November 2017
Mick Elliott

Altus is supporting a portfolio of suppliers with their own booth at the productronica exhibition in Munich (November 14-17). With a customer hub located in Hall A2 stand 132, Altus will be on hand to provide detailed advice on production equipment and help in introducing visitors to their suppliers, including Cencorp and Kolb.

Cencorp has a range of innovative equipment which will be showcased at productronica including the XPRS Test which handles automated test handling challenges.

Today’s electronics manufacturing needs are versatile and mostly impacted by testing time versus the capacity demand.

Cencorp’s test handling machines are modular and scalable, designed with three easy-to-choose and well-fitting options to match different use cases: single box XPRS One, enhanced medium size XPRS Low Rider of 6 boxes and maximum capacity multilevel XPRS Monster with sensational 12 boxes.

The company, based in Finland, will also premiere Cencorp 1500 OF odd-form placement, which has been designed to automate high volume, high mix placement processes.

Also on display will be Cencorp routers which combine a proven platform with a global support network, intuitive software and flexible mechanics. 

Cencorp 1000BR is a reliable, fast and precise in-line router, with an upgraded control system and new user interface that make daily operation easy.

Altus will also be introducing visitors to German company Kolb which will be displaying a range of cleaning technology, including a comprehensive range of efficient water based cleaning systems, for stencils, PCBs and maintenance applications. 

With extensive experience in the industry, Kolb has developed a range of chemistry solutions optimised for cleaning solder paste from fine and ultra-fine stencil apertures; PCB cleaners and even heavy-duty maintenance cleaners for flux removal from flux management systems, for example.

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