The SMT division of Fuji has produced many groundbreaking innovations in the SMT world and its current NXT series is one of the world’s most popular mounting machines, with over 40,000 modules shipped worldwide since its introduction in 2003. In addition to the NXT, Fuji offers a range of other mounting machines, solder printers, and production software. Service, training and support are provided by Fuji’s global network of subsidiaries and official partners.
Fuji Machine Mfg., Co. Ltd. Postings
Mar 12, 2018 | Fuji Machine Manufacturing Corporation (headquarters: Chiryu, Aichi; president & CEO: Mr. Nobuyuki Soga; hereinafter referred to as "Fuji") has been working on an initiative titled the “factory in a box” concept as a member of a Nokia-led group of 12 electronics industry players.
Nov 14, 2017 | At the Japan Robot Association, enterprises who manufacture surface mount technology (SMT) equipment and related software launched the SMT equipment communication protocol standardization subcommittee in order to establish protocols for sharing information by communication methods between SMT machines (M2M cooperation). A ballot was held, and the elected subcommittee chairman for the first year is from Fuji Machine Manufacturing Co., Ltd. and the vice subcommittee chairman is from Panasonic Corporation, with the board of governors comprising representatives from member corporations including Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd., JUKI CORPORATION, along with OMRON Corporation, Saki Corporation, TAMURA CORPORATION, and CKD Corporation. The twenty member companies shown in table 1 will work together to advance this standardization.
Mar 16, 2016 | SAKI is a leading company in the field of inspection solutions towards SMT(surface mount technology) lines. With SAKI’s innovative mind from its establishment, SAKI has built up a wide range of portfolio from solder paste inspection(SPI), 2D and 3D automated optical inspection(AOI), to 3D automated X-ray inspection(AXI) systems, aiming to realize high productivity solution for all customers.
Mar 16, 2016 | Chiryu / Aichi, Fuji (March 16, 2016) – Fuji Machine mfg.co.,ltd announced today the addition of Koh Young (Koh Young Technology Inc.) to the Fuji Smart Factory members.
Mar 16, 2016 | In regard to the placement processes used for electronic circuit boards, there are ever growing calls for high-mix, as well as variable-mix and variable-volume production in order to keep up with changes in the marketplace. In order to meet these demands, Fuji developed the flexible and expandable AIMEX IIIc, which was announced in October 2015. On this occasion we would like to announce the release of the AIMEX III, a machine built with the same concepts as the AIMEX IIIc, as well as the ability to produce large panels.
Oct 26, 2015 | Fuji Machine Manufacturing Corporation (headquarters: Chiryu, Aichi; president & CEO: Mr. Nobuyuki Soga; hereafter called as "Fuji") has developed and added a new product, an electrical component placement machine (mounter) "AIMEX IIIc", in the product line. This machine is going to be displayed at the Fuji Mount Technology Show 2015 that will be held at Fuji headquarters on November 26th and 27th.
Jun 02, 2015 | SPEEDLINE TECHNOLOGIES, INC and FUJI MACHINE MFG. CO., LTD have decided to strengthen sales collaboration in Japan. Both parties have agreed on developing a strategic approach to the market in Japan, which will allow us to offer the world’s best solutions in the PCB (Printed Circuit Board) production industry.
Apr 27, 2015 | Fuji Machine Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has shipped its 50,000th NXT module. This goal was reached just two years after the 40,000 module milestone and represents a great achievement for all those involved in the development, manufacture, sales and support of the NXT.
Mar 11, 2015 | There are three solutions for improving the productivity even more with the latest NXT III related software.
Dec 17, 2014 | Fuji's Scalable Placement Platform NXT III now supports 0201 mm (0.25 x 0.125 mm, 008004") components as standard. By loading the newly developed H24G head on the NXT III, 0201 mm (0.25 x 0.125 mm, 008004") components can be supported without any change to the specifications of the machine (speed: 35,000 cph, accuracy: ±25 μm). The Intelligent Part Sensor (IPS), which checks the orientation of parts on the nozzle and ensures that the part does not remain on the nozzle after placement, is standard on the H24G placement head.