Depaneling Machinery

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GETECH Appoints Fancort Industries, Inc. as Distributor in North America

SINGAPORE - GETECH, the worldwide leader in PCB automation and depaneling, is pleased to announce it has appointed Fancort Industries to market and sell its range of depaneling, marking and automation systems in the USA and Canada. For 24 years, GETECH has provided the world's leading electronics manufacturing companies with reliable, stress free depaneling and marking solutions both offline...

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Depaneling Machine separates metalized LED boards.
Depaneling Machinery

Depaneling Machine separates metalized LED boards.

With max speed of 400 mm/sec, Model CL-100 can handle single-sided, metalized, or FR-4 panels of any length, with thicknesses from 0.8-3.5 mm. Machine uses 3 sets of round knives that are positioned at different heights to separate in 3 sequential steps. By using starting and ending table to lay panel, motor-driven machine enables operator to feed panel into and through knives. Table comes in...

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PCB Depaneling Routers include vision system.
Depaneling Machinery

PCB Depaneling Routers include vision system.

Featuring floor-mounted design, SM3320S-S Single Table, SM3350S-D Twin Table, and SM4520L-D Twin Table come equipped with built-in color CCD camera with 20x magnification that assists programming and allows users to watch operation. Routers program cutting path with controls that are saved, edited, and copied, and use vision system to check fiducials before cutting starts. Ball-screw and linear...

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Depaneling Machinery

Evana Automation Ships Custom PCB Depaneling Cell to Tier 1 Automotive Supplier

Evansville, Indiana – Evana Automation Specialists, a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI) and leading Systems Integrator and builder of custom, automated assembly and test systems, recently shipped a custom printed circuit board (PCB) depaneling cell to a leading Tier 1 automotive supplier. The completely automatic cell loads PCB panels via standard magazines and depanel the...

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Meet the Seika Machinery, Inc. Team at SMTA International for World-Class Drying Storage Cases and PCB Routers
Storage Cabinets

Meet the Seika Machinery, Inc. Team at SMTA International for World-Class Drying Storage Cases and PCB Routers

TORRANCE, CA - Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, will feature its advanced machinery in booth 316 at the upcoming SMTA International Conference and Expo, scheduled to take place October 16-17, 2012 at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel in Orlando, FL. Showcased at the show, McDry Electronic Drying Storage Cases provide...

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Singulate PCB Panels up to 24" Long with the K4000
Depaneling Machinery

Singulate PCB Panels up to 24" Long with the K4000

Motorized linear blade depanelizer safely and easily separates long Pre-Scored PCBs Depanelizing skip routed PCB panels up to 24 long is made simple and easy with FKN Systek's K4000 PCB singulator. Just place the bottom scoreline of the PCB onto the linear blade and step on a guarded foot switch to bring the circular blade across the top scoreline for clean separation of the PCB panels. Right and...

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Economical Benchtop Depaneling Router
Depaneling Machinery

Economical Benchtop Depaneling Router

Singulating low volume tab routed PCBs to strict military specifications requires the right tool for the job. Now, with the benchtop PCB depaneling router from FKN Systek, applications requiring routing rather than punching are easily taken care of. This machine is also useful as a backup to high-speed programmable routers for short runs, and for separating thick back planes which cannot be...

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Safely Singulate Circular Tab Routed PCBs
Depaneling Machinery

Safely Singulate Circular Tab Routed PCBs

The FKN Systek N200 punch depanelizes odd shaped boards. The N200, is a top down air operated punch for separating tab routed Panels one tab at a time. An upper and lower matching knife blade is used to pinch the tabs apart. This method produces less stress on the PCB than a punch and die since the cutting action takes place from both sides. The standard die set consists of an upper and lower...

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