Fuji Machine Manufacturing will be exhibiting at the first big event on the SMT calendar for 2012 - the 41st Internepcon Show in Japan. Running from January 18th to 20th at the Big Sight venue in Tokyo, this year’s event is sure to attract lots of people all desperate to see the latest electronics manufacturing technology.
The Fuji booth usually draws large crowds at SMT trade shows and this year’s Internepcon should be no exception. Fuji will be displaying a host of exciting machines, units and solutions under the theme of “Dynamic and Flexible”.
One highlight of Fuji’s exhibition will be a complete production line made up of its NXT IIc modular solution. This line is the ultimate in complete, compact lines and features the full range of Fuji solutions: printers, solder paste inspection (SPI), mounters, inline placement inspection, and PoP placement using a dip flux unit. This line is an ideal showcase for Fuji’s new printer – the NXTP-M25 – which fits seamlessly alongside the compact version of the famous NXT series, the NXT IIc. The compact, dual lane line is ideal for production of the small panels currently in high demand for use in products such as smart phones and digital cameras.
Fuji will also be presenting its highly flexible AIMEX placement platform, an ideal choice for variable-mix, variable-volume production. This mounter combines a large number of feeder slots with the ability to handle a wide range of parts and panels up to 29.8 x 24 inches (759 x 610 mm). The model at the show will be equipped with units that support parts up to 1.5 inches (38.1 mm) tall.
Other cutting edge technology on display at the Fuji booth will be an NXT II M6 IISP module with Multi Wafer Unit (MWU) 8i. This high accuracy compact module supports merged placement of SMDs and semiconductors, with the MFU supplying multiple wafers up to 8-inches (200 mm) in diameter. Also, the flip unit in the MWU enables placement of bare dies either face up or face down.
For a close look at the above machines as well a variety of other units and solutions, visit the Fuji booth (East Hall 6, 31-46) at the show.