Basic Features

Visible shooting position*
Coaxial CCD camera*
Sofware controlled shutter
・30W, 45W (optional 15W, 75W )
Level 4 laser classification, requires safety cover.


Laser Soldering Robot

Precise soldering for micro applications. Fancort offers the latest Laser Soldering Robot Technology using Japan UNIX is the world leader in laser soldering equipment with spot sizes as small as 0.1mm. Laser makes possible what other types of soldering cannot accomplish. Fancort has a laser soldering equipment in our process development lab available for sampling and process development. Typical Laser Setup Starts at $185,000 USD


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 laser soldering 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 standard 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

Laser Soldering Process

1. The laser illuminates the soldering point.

2. The illuminated area emits heat (surface heat emission).

3. The heat transfers into the surrounding area and is raised to the melting temperature.

4. Solder is supplied




High yield rate available
High affinity for automation
Perfect for high density board
Easy maintenance
Minimum strain to board


Technical Data

External view diagram
(Desktop laser soldering robot UNIX-DF303L)

Straight on view


Overhead view


External view diagram
(Desktop laser soldering robot UNIX-DF303L)

Side view


Custom Fixturing

Custom Fixture Fabrication

When your Laser Soldering Equipment 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.

laser soldering equipment


Advantages of Laser Soldering

Contact vs Non-contact



Possible Stress

Physical contact to the substrate
Flux residue (carbide)

Dead Space

It is necessary to secure space for the tip and solder wire feed.


Solder Amount

There is a certain amount of solder that is brought to the wet surface of the tip.



Possible Stress

No physical contact
No carbide

Dead Space

It is necessary to secure just solder wire feeding space
Solder paste
Any type of preform are approachable


Solder Amount

Fed solder properly amounts

Running cost comparison table


Iron tip

tube set

Heater element


Heater cable

heater cables in black  with metal tips

Tube set

tube set black with metal tips


needles clear with steel tips


Tube set

tube set black with metal tips


Saving maintenance time



Laser Soldering (Desktop and Inline Apps)

Q: What are the most common reasons to select laser soldering technologies?
A: Micro Soldering (0.02mm spot), non-contact (allows for reflow only), no iron tip consumables, automatic spot size change.

Q: Is laser soldering faster than contact soldering?
A: Laser soldering can be slightly faster because it eliminates some mechanical movement or when used only to reflow.

Q: Does Japan Unix maintain FDA safety approval to sell laser machines in the US?
A: Absolutely

Q: How are the laser positions programmed?
A: Japan Unix was the first company to develop laser soldering more than a decade ago with the patented direct line-of-sight teaching camera that allows you to look directly through the laser beam. This makes teaching easy and avoid inaccuratie due to angle distortion.

Q: Does Japan Unix offer pyrometer modulated power controls (power cruse control)?
A: Yes, Japan Unix is the leader in direct temperature measured laser control.


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