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Laser Soldering

Precise soldering for micro-applications

Technology is evolving quickly. Ultrafine PCBs are becoming increasingly miniaturized and require the accuracy of laser soldering. Japan UNIX is the world leader in laser soldering systems with spot sizes as small as 0.1mm. Laser makes possible what other types of soldering cannot accomplish. Fancort has a laser system in our process development lab available for sampling and process development.

Application sample (SCARA robot)

Application sample (Desktop robot)



Laser soldering head

Exposure Position Mark for laser soldering *Patented Technology

Exposure position marks (Line Type)

Exposure position marks (Square Type)

Both above exposure position marks for laser soldering and coaxial observation system for specifically laser soldering are Japan Unix Patents: No. 2000-191109


  • Laser diode with output of 20, 30, 45, or 75W
  • Coaxial CCD camera integrated into laser head shoots image of the target point for ease of programming
  • Ideal for extremely fine point soldering
  • Programming robot on teach pendant or included software; program laser with control box
  • Laser lens shielded from the outside with protective glass
  • Custom lenses, e.g. round, doughnut, oval, square
  • Air jet system incorporated into robot removes smoke from flux
  • Optional nitrogen flow
  • Desktop models with working area of 300x300mm or 400x400mm
  • Program up to 63 waveform patterns
  • Eight levels of energy power for each waveform
  • Supplied with precision solder feeder or can be used with solder paste
  • Laser spot diameter 0.4-0.6mm; 0.25mm is optional
  • Focal length standrad is 60; 30, 40, 80, 100 or 120 are optional
  • Select from two different wavelengths: 808 or 940mm
  • Software operated shutter
  • Expected life span of laser is 20,000 hours
  • Application Development Form for Solder Sampling (DOC)

For more information, contact:

Bruce Clark

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