Fancort Industries, Inc. announces that it now offers new robotic soldering & flux ‘kits’ that allow integrated soldering and flux dispense on a single robot.
Some may believe that adding a fluxing process to a robotic soldering machine slows it down but, in fact, one can expect to reduce net solder cycle time by 20-30 percent. Fancort has found that customers are very receptive to the idea because of the cycle time reduction and, in some cases, they already are adding flux by hand. This also eliminates the issue of adding flux by hand, which in the past may have turned customers away from robotic soldering.
Fancort is offering this as a kit that can be added to any Japan UNIX robot. Each kit contains everything needed to get started, including a micro dispense valve, controller, cables, mounting bracket, syringe and needle.
To learn more, watch this video at https://youtu.be/_63jMJwCixQ. For more information about Fancort’s systems and options, visit www.fancort.com.
Fancort Industries is a privately held New Jersey Corporation founded in 1972 and located in Northern New Jersey approximately 30 minutes from New York City. A manufacturer and integrator of production solutions for electronics manufacturers, Fancort has a strong competency in precision tool design and construction.