Juki’s new KE-1070/KE-1080 modular placement systems are built using the same topology as the popular KE-2070/KE-2080 machines that have had tremendous success in the marketplace. The KE-1070 has a four-nozzle head with a rated IPC9850 speed of 15,500CPH and a component placement range from 01005 (0402 metric) to 33.5mm2. The KE-1080 adds a fifth nozzle to handle larger parts and uses a tri-colored advanced vision system featuring blue, green, and red LEDs for accurate placement of fine-pitch ICs, connectors, and odd-shaped components. Additionally, the KE-1080 has an IPC9850 rated speed of 14,100CPH for chips, and 3,400 CPH for IC components when using the advanced lighting system. The effective component placement range for the KE-1080 is 01005 (0402 metric) to 74mm2 or 50 x 150mm.
The FlexSolder W510 inline uses proven technology but with a new flexible design, allowing the machine to be upgraded in the field with a complete option set as soldering needs or alloys change. Juki maintains a distinct advantage over selective soldering machines from competitors’ with the ability to have multiple mini-wave nozzles soldering simultaneously, or even better, running separately with two different sized nozzles.
Southwest Systems Technology is a sales representative firm offering: Juki Automation (pick-and-place); BTU International (reflow ovens); EKRA (stencil printers); Juki (selective soldering); GPD Global (auto-dispensing systems); Novastar (soldering, reflow and wave systems); APS (entry level SMT); Valor (manufacturing software); Botron (ESD control products); Lista International (workstations and material flow); Aqueous Technologies (cleaning systems); MicroCare (solvents for defluxing and cleaning); XDRY (dry cabinets); Alum-a-Lift (lifts for all industries); Nutek (conveyors ) ; View Engineering (metrology tools); RMD Instruments (portable element analysis); Streckfuss USA (leadforming); Cogiscan (RFID component traceability); Rapid Tooling (vacuum fixtures for stencil printers and custom tooling ); MET (stencils); Cencorp (laser marking, laser cutting and router-style depaneling machines); Aven (handtools, magnifiers, microscopes and other benchtop vision inspection tools); ASC International (solder paste inspection and volume measurement); and PVA (conformal coating systems) Simonds (pneumatic cutters).
Representatives from Southwest Systems Technology will have information about all of its product lines available at the show. Stop by the booth at the Central Texas Electronics Association (SMTA/IMAPS) Expo & Tech Forum for more information.
Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. was founded in 1989. The company has offices and demonstration facilities in Dallas, Austin, El Paso, McAllen, and Guadalajara, Mexico. Southwest Systems’ philosophy is to technically present the myriad of products it represents in a thorough and professional manner; proficiently and with discerning sophistication. The company sells products in both the electronic and semiconductor manufacturing industries. It sells capital equipment and materials, and its sales engineers are trained in the latest industry processes and technologies. For more information, visit http://www.swsystems.com