Inline Machine & Equipment Soldering

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UNIX-VFR

Vertical multi-axes type

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General


UNIX-VFR

・Robot type – Vertical Multi-Axis type
・Number of axes – 6-axes
・Optimum methods – Iron tips
・Preferred work type – Point soldering

About

Vertical inline robotic soldering equipment, UNIX-VFR is an ideal for irregularly shaped works into which is hard to insert the tip. The vertical multi-joint is utilized to freely change the head angle and quick operation. A high speed of 5,300 mm/sec, repeat accuracy and high rigidity. Automating difficult soldering applications is attainable with this ultimate inline machine soldering.

Standard configuration for contact soldering


Onboard controller
Controls robot and soldering operation.


High Precision solder feeder
Easy to change solder reel.

Iron tip cleaner
Air blower type

Heater and temperature regulator for robotics
Special heater and temp. regulator with CA sensor

Soldering head
Easy to replace tips and heater within 1 minute.

Teaching pendant
Easy control and configuration

Optional configuration for contact soldering


Lock-on mechanism
Ensures steady feeding position and prevents slippage

Clean-cut feeder
Reduces flux splatter and solder balls

Solder Irons built to last long
Rated for minimum 20,000 + Cycles/hits

Technical Data


External view diagram

Top View

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Side view

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External view diagram

Front view

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Rear Surface Diagram (Installation Dimension Detail)

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Specifications


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UNIX-HFR

SCARA type

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General


UNIX-HFR

・Robot type – SCARA type
・Number of axes – 5-axes
・Optimum methods – Iron tips, Laser
・Preferred work type – Point soldering, Linear Soldering

Supports massive production with fast circular motion

The 5-axis SCARA soldering inline machine, UNIX-HFR features a fast maximum speed of 7,128 mm/sec with high repeatability, accuracy and rigidity. The UNIX-HFR features an adjustable stroke length of 350 mm, 450 mm, and 550 mm. This soldering inline machine is suitable for the laser soldering and contact soldering which can be applied with various soldering module. The SCARA type soldering robot can satisfy the mass manufacturing with fast robotic motion.

Standard configuration for contact soldering


Onboard controller
Controls robot and soldering operation.


High Precision solder feeder
Easy to change solder reel.

Iron tip cleaner
Air blower type

Heater and temperature regulator for robotics
Special heater and temp. regulator with CA sensor

Soldering head
Easy to replace tips and heater within 1 minute.

Teaching pendant
Easy control and configuration

Optional configuration for contact soldering


Lock-on mechanism
Ensures steady feeding position and prevents slippage

Clean-cut feeder
Reduces flux splatter and solder balls

Solder Irons built to last long
Rated for minimum 20,000 + Cycles/hits

Technical Data


External view diagram

Top View

Side view

External view diagram

Front view

Cross-section X-X (installation dimension detail)

Specifications


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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.

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