Manual Slide Lines support auto wave loading.
February 7, 2014 -
Used for hand assembly directly into wave, EAC-7000 EAC-7000 manual slide line system offers free rolling steel bearing system that lets PCBs or pallets glide from operator to operator. Available in 15° and 0° rail sets, each operator has ESD ground port, angled parts tray, overhead light, and foot board. When configured with ETF-700 auto wave loader, last operator can manually slide PCB or pallet to activate entrance sensor; ETF will accept, lower, angle, and then transfer product.
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9522 58th Place, Suite 100
Kenosha, WI, 53144
PROMATION Debuts Manual Slide Lines and Auto Wave Loading
Kenosha, WI — A leader in the field of PCB Handling Equipment, Robotic Soldering Systems, Automated Label Placement and other complimentary Custom Automation, PROMATION introduces the EAC-7000 and ETF-700 systems for hand assembly directly into a wave.
The EAC-7000 is a manual slide line system that offers a free rolling steel bearing system that allows PCBs or pallets to glide from operator to operator. Available in both 15° and 0° rail sets, each operator has an ESD ground port, angled parts tray, overhead light and foot board. The low-profile front fascia provides operator comfort and additional leg room. A standard clip rail is included for hanging instructions or LCDs (on swing arms) may be added for instructional display.
When configured with the ETF-700 (auto wave loader) the last operator can manually slide the PCB or pallet to activate the entrance sensor and the ETF will accept the product, lower, angle (to match the wave) and then transfer the product. This process function reduces the possibility of rocking hand inserted components since the PCB or pallet is seamlessly transferred.
For more information on the EAC-7000 and ETF-700 hand assembly solutions visit the company’s Web site at www.Pro-mation-Inc.com or contact us directly at 262-764-4832 to find out why more manufacturers choose our PCB handling systems.