MYDATA, maker of the popular SMD Tower for compact storage of electronics manufacturing components, has announced a new feature allowing for automated storage of loaded Agilis feeders in their entire range of tower models.The new storage feature, which further minimizes changeover and kitting time, is scheduled for release at APEX 2013 in San Diego.
The SMD Tower from MYDATA, with its one-meter footprint, is one of the market’s most compact automated storage solutions for electronic components. At this year’s APEX, the company will release an additional feature that allows a single SMD Tower to automatically store and deliver up to 400 part numbers on pre-loaded Agilis feeders.
For the first time, the new feature will allow manufacturers to constantly store and retrieve their most frequently used components, constantly prepared for instant access during job changes. “Our aim is to reduce changeover and kitting times to a bare minimum,” says Mattias Jonsson, Product Manager for Software and Storage Solutions at MYDATA.“With this solution, we’ve made changing from one job to another as simple as it could possibly be,” he adds.
The Agilis feeder in-Tower storage solution will be available for the full range of existing SMD Tower models, as well as for the two new, increased-capacity SMD Tower models, also to be released at APEX 2013.
For further information and product demos of Agilis feeder in-Tower storage and the new SMD Tower models, visit Booth 2639 at APEX 2013 in San Diego on February 19-21.
For more information, please contact:
Simon Sandgren, Marketing Director
Micronic Mydata AB
PO Box 3141, SE-183 03 Täby, Sweden
Tel: +46-8-638 52 00
Fax: +46-8-638 52 90
Micronic Mydata AB (publ) is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Nordic, Stockholm Small Cap: MICR.
Micronic Mydata AB is a global high-tech company that develops, manufactures and markets laser-based pattern generators for the production of photomasks as well as advanced surface mount technology (SMT) equipment for flexible production of electronics. Pattern generators are used by the world’s leading electronics companies for the manufacture of television and computer displays, semiconductor circuits and advanced electronic packaging. SMT equipment, which
includes software applications, is used for the surface mounting of electronic components and stencil-free jetting of solder paste. SMT equipment is used by large and small manufacturers of electronics in the aerospace, aviation and telecom sectors Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Micronic Mydata ha subsidiaries in China, France, Germany
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