Introducing Fancort’s Robotic Tinning Machine. The next generation of precision robotic tinning. Designed, manufactured, and patented by the leader in high reliability component processing. Experience the precision, efficiency, and quality of our new 6-axis robotic tinning machine.  

The Fancort Tinning Machine combines the capabilities of a precision 6-axis robot with an easy to program parameterized environment which includes part, tray, and process libraries. Custom parts, trays, and processes are easy to program using the built in HMI. Bar code recipe and tray verification is included to match trays, parts, and process together ensuring quality and consistency. Infeed component trays are easily programmed using a tray position function and can be enhanced with an optional vision system.


6-Axis robot - precision with (3) dip motions – tangent, waterfall, & parallel.  
Dual Process - Dual solder pot, pre-heat, air dry, flux, and DI wash in a single machine.
Integrated air knife preheat - Patent pending air knife pre-heat station.
Parametric programming - process programming made simple.
Recipe, part, process, and tray libraries - saving and recalling programs straight forward.
Bar code - select recipe and trays to reduce the chance for setup errors.
Universal adjustable trays - patent pending adjustable trays. Eliminates dedicated trays.
Dynamic solder pots - stainless steel (lead solder) or titanium solder pots (lead free solder).
Solder Pot Cart - Includes (1) solder maintenance cart for solder pot removal.
Machine controls - for enhancing programming, safety, power, and pneumatics.
Steel safety enclosure - Includes light curtain(s), light tower, HMI, control cabinet.
Access control - Multi-lever user sign in
Process monitoring - Resistivity, temperatures,
Process Camera - view tinning in situ.

The machine is designed with a large range of robotic motion paths defined and calculated based on the parameters of the most common parts such as flat and quad packs. Robot motion profiles are automatically generated for quad and flat packs as defined in this section. Non-standard parts are programmed using global machine reference planes and the parameters of the process step. For example, dip angle, depth, and duration. The robot motion profile is automatically generated and is proofed using a slow step by step ghost profile run mode. In some circumstances the machine may not be able to perform tinning on a part. For these parts consult Fancort engineering to determine if the parts can be programmed with the standard setup or if custom robotic motion development will be required and is available upon request.

Programming Screens

Run Screen

Recipe Library

Parts Library

Process Library

Tray Library


We can customize to fit your needs,

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