Fuji Releases NXTP-M35 Printer Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 15:54

NXTP M35 printer supports panel sizes of 350 x 300mm. Is based on NXTP M25, but has a wider body for handling medium sized panels. Available in both single and double conveyor specifications; is for production of automotive and tablet panels. Features include vacuum for holding down the stencil during printing and snap-off, an adjustable squeegee angle, a low-impact clamping mechanism, and solder roll control to prevent air bubbles. Alignment accuracy is ±10µm, suitable for production of parts as small as 0402mm. Features touch-screen operation panel.

Fuji, http://smt.fuji.co.jp/e/

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 January 2013 11:07
 

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