The MC-385 is Manncorp’s latest edition to its popular MC Series of placers. According to the CEO, the system, starting at under $50,000, is noted for its high flexibility, higher throughput and lower cost of ownership. Its IPC-rated speed of up to 5,500 cph and expandability make it compatible with any high-mix, mid-volume assembly application. The machine features Cognex® flying vision and stationary upward-looking vision for placement of BGAs, µBGAs, QFPs to 12 mils, flip chips, 0201s and even oversized components to 150mm x 100mm.
The T200A bench-top oven is said to be ideal for lead-free prototyping. It generates and stores 20 to 40 sequential time and temperature settings and is affordably priced at under $3,500.
The lead-free RW-400 will desolder, remove and replace BGAs, QFPs and other fine-pitch components. It includes five built-in K-type thermocouple inputs. At under $20,000, it is reportedly among the lowest cost rework systems with split vision. For details, visit Apex Booth 2458, call 1.800.PIK MANN (745.6266), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or access http://www.manncorp.com.