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UNIX-DF404S

General


Wide Type

・Working area – 400mm×365mm
・Supports M-size PCB's
・New and improved heater
・LAN (Ethernet), COM port
・X,Y axis – 900mm/sec
・Z axis – 400mm/sec
・Built-in soldering controller

Solder Meister

The new generation desktop soldering robot for Industry 4.0 and IoT. UNIX-DF Series have improved its network function and robotic motion. Three types, according to PCB size.

These are also applicable and optimized for laser soldering. It can connect with network, which can visualize each soldering process and result. The additional two axes facilitate penetration angles or rotate PCB, which make difficult soldering component possible from now on.

Features

New heater improves heating and soldering mechanism.
Productivity is highly improved by increasing rigidity and process speed.
Connect with network and visualize the soldering operation process in real time.
Two additional axes enables complex PCB and components soldering easily.
Fully correspondent to laser soldering system.

 

Options & Accesories


Fancort Robotic Soldering Vision Systems Fancort offers a full range of vision systems specialized to make the robotic soldering process easier to program, reliable and productive.

Our team of automation engineers developed three types of visions systems for robot programming, fiducial correction, and multi-task (AOI/inspection, fiducial, pattern match, poke yoke, and measurement).

Fancort Teaching Aid – The Fancort Teaching Aid system produces a magnified high resolution image which improves operator visualization and solder joint process development.

Magnified Teaching View
Fiducial Correction
Machine Document Storage
Process Camera Image/Video Capture
Remote Tech Support

Learn More

Fancort Fiducial Correction System – The Teaching Aid system hardware and software is easily upgraded to our Fancort Fiducial Correction System with the addition of a machine vision camera to the side of the robot (pictured above).
This camera allows for the operator to train the robot to offset the robot program to correct for positional variance of the solder components. It also offers image/video capture, machine file storage, and remote session tech support capable.

Learn More

Fancort Max Machine Vision The Fancort Max Machine Vision is a customized stand alone system based on world leading Keyence Vision technology capable of many types of inspection and fiducial correction.
This system has many software capabilities but is best suited when dedicated to one task in a given process.

Each system comes fully integrated and mounted to your Japan Unix robot of choice.

Learn More

Technical Data


External view diagram

Top View

Front view

External view diagram

Jig mounting surface (X-axis table)

Side view

Specifications


UNIX-DF304S

General


Middle Type

・Working area – 300mm×275mm
・New and improved heater
・LAN (Ethernet), COM port
・X,Y axis – 900mm/sec
・Z axis – 400mm/sec
・Built-in soldering controller

Solder Meister

The new generation desktop soldering robot for Industry 4.0 and IoT. UNIX-DF Series have improved its network function and robotic motion. Three types, according to PCB size.

These are also applicable and optimized for laser soldering. It can connect with network, which can visualize each soldering process and result. The additional two axes facilitate penetration angles or rotate PCB, which make difficult soldering component possible from now on.

Features

New heater improves heating and soldering mechanism.
Productivity is highly improved by increasing rigidity and process speed.
Connect with network and visualize the soldering operation process in real time.
Two additional axes enables complex PCB and components soldering easily.
Fully correspondent to laser soldering system.

Options & Accesories


Fancort Robotic Soldering Vision Systems Fancort offers a full range of vision systems specialized to make the robotic soldering process easier to program, reliable and productive.

Our team of automation engineers developed three types of visions systems for robot programming, fiducial correction, and multi-task (AOI/inspection, fiducial, pattern match, poke yoke, and measurement).

Fancort Teaching Aid – The Fancort Teaching Aid system produces a magnified high resolution image which improves operator visualization and solder joint process development.

Magnified Teaching View
Fiducial Correction
Machine Document Storage
Process Camera Image/Video Capture
Remote Tech Support

Learn More

Fancort Fiducial Correction System – The Teaching Aid system hardware and software is easily upgraded to our Fancort Fiducial Correction System with the addition of a machine vision camera to the side of the robot (pictured above).
This camera allows for the operator to train the robot to offset the robot program to correct for positional variance of the solder components. It also offers image/video capture, machine file storage, and remote session tech support capable.

Learn More

Fancort Max Machine Vision The Fancort Max Machine Vision is a customized stand alone system based on world leading Keyence Vision technology capable of many types of inspection and fiducial correction.
This system has many software capabilities but is best suited when dedicated to one task in a given process.

Each system comes fully integrated and mounted to your Japan Unix robot of choice.

Learn More

Technical Data


Dimensions

Top View

Front view

Dimensions

Jig mounting surface (X-axis table)

Side view

Specifications


UNIX-DF204S

General


Compact Type

・Working area – 200mm×210mm
・New and improved heater
・LAN (Ethernet), COM port
・X,Y axis – 600mm/sec
・Z axis – 250mm/sec
・Separated soldering controller

Solder Meister

The new generation desktop soldering robot for Industry 4.0 and IoT. UNIX-DF Series have improved its network function and robotic motion. Three types, according to PCB size.

These are also applicable and optimized for laser soldering. It can connect with network, which can visualize each soldering process and result. The additional two axes facilitate penetration angles or rotate PCB, which make difficult soldering component possible from now on.

Features

New heater improves heating and soldering mechanism.
Productivity is highly improved by increasing rigidity and process speed.
Connect with network and visualize the soldering operation process in real time.
Two additional axes enables complex PCB and components soldering easily.
Fully correspondent to laser soldering system.

 

Options & Accesories


Fancort Robotic Soldering Vision Systems Fancort offers a full range of vision systems specialized to make the robotic soldering process easier to program, reliable and productive.

Our team of automation engineers developed three types of visions systems for robot programming, fiducial correction, and multi-task (AOI/inspection, fiducial, pattern match, poke yoke, and measurement).

Fancort Teaching Aid – The Fancort Teaching Aid system produces a magnified high resolution image which improves operator visualization and solder joint process development.

Magnified Teaching View
Fiducial Correction
Machine Document Storage
Process Camera Image/Video Capture
Remote Tech Support

Learn More

Fancort Fiducial Correction System – The Teaching Aid system hardware and software is easily upgraded to our Fancort Fiducial Correction System with the addition of a machine vision camera to the side of the robot (pictured above).
This camera allows for the operator to train the robot to offset the robot program to correct for positional variance of the solder components. It also offers image/video capture, machine file storage, and remote session tech support capable.

Learn More

Fancort Max Machine Vision The Fancort Max Machine Vision is a customized stand alone system based on world leading Keyence Vision technology capable of many types of inspection and fiducial correction.
This system has many software capabilities but is best suited when dedicated to one task in a given process.

Each system comes fully integrated and mounted to your Japan Unix robot of choice.

Learn More

Technical Data


External view diagram

Top View

Front view

External view diagram

Jig mounting surface (X-axis table)

Side view

Specifications


Custom Fixturing


Custom Fixture Fabrication

When your Robotic Soldering process demands quality, repeatability, and fast change over to run multiple part numbers, Fancort has some of the industry’s most experienced expert CAD designers and tool makers -IN HOUSE-.

This expertise is frequently used by companies in a High Mix, Low volume situation.

We can design production fixtures for the medical, aerospace & defense, electronics and automotive industries at the most competitive cost.

Prototypes and Sampling

We have a special program to help our customers find the best combination between productivity, quality and cost of ownership.

All of this completely in house, please get in contact with our Engineering team, we can help you solve your production pain points today.


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FAQs

Contact Soldering (Desktop and Inline Apps)


Q: What are the advantages of contact soldering?
A: Consistently high quality joints, lower operator skill, up to 2x productivity.

Q: Is robotic soldering faster than hand soldering?
A: Yes, a robotic soldering process is typically faster because an operator can load while the robot is simultaneously soldering.

Q: I have a high product mix. How do I address fixturing?
A: Fancort is an expert fixture designer with the ability to develop quick change and flexible fixturing options.

Q: Does Japan Unix/Fancort offer custom and in-line turn-key solutions?
A: Absolutely, Japan Unix and Fancort can both offer solutions for high volume processes including assembly, dispense, screw driving, inspection and other ancillary processes.

Q: What is the typical Japan Unix tip life? How much do tips costs?
A: Japan Unix tips provide industry-leading tip life in the range of 20,000 — 25,000 hits depending on the application. Tips are typically half the cost of competitive offerings with integrated heating elements.

Q: How do I determine if my application is a good candidate for robotic soldering?
A: Fancort offers free application reviews. If the process meets our standards then we proceed to a consultative proof of concept phase where we may run samples and develop fixturing concepts.

We can customize to fit your needs, for more information,
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MEXICO

Eduardo Gomez Rohwedder
eduardo@fancort.com