SOLDERING UNITS

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SOLDERING UNITS

General


Robotic soldering for every factory

Simple, yet high-performance. High-performance, yet low-cost. Three core modules for robotic soldering “soldering head”, “controller”, and “feeder” are all in set. Due to high flexibility, USP5 is the best for Index, cell, inline or any production process.
We offer technical support for systems integrators and manufacturers.

Soldering unit and modules

To achieve soldering automation with existing machinery. Japan unix has incorporated the core technologies from its accumulated soldering expertise into various soldering module and unit products. Those soldering units will enable existing machines automate soldering operation. Any types of soldering robots must have the feature of solder feeder, heating mechanism such as an iron tip soldering head or laser soldering unit. Soldering controllers manage both soldering temperature and the amount of solder alloy. Japan unix differentiates soldering modules with our confident experience, which will bring differentiated advantages to customers.

Controller

Touch panel interface
Easy operation with Excel
Up to 255 soldering conditions
Multiple language and voltages for global use

Soldering head

Equipped with new 250W heater
High-powered tip even with a separate heater
Easy and quick maintenance

Solder feeder

Error detection function with patented encoder
Solving automatic feeding issues, slipping, jamming
Highly precise feeding control

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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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