Mycronic Expands Next-Generation MYPro Series


Reading time ( words)

Mycronic AB has launched a series of compact, high-capacity MY300 pick-and-place machines at the ongoing SMT Hybrid Packaging event in Nuremberg, Germany.

The MYPro series is the result of Mycronic's strategic product development within Business Area Assembly Solutions, focused on enabling the future of electronics with advanced production equipment. The SMT MY300 machine is the second release in the next-generation MYPro series. Recently, the Dispensing Division within Assembly Solutions launched the MY700 high-speed jet dispenser for solder paste and assembly fluids. The MY300 offers 40 percent higher space-productivity than previous models, making it possible to handle a wider range of components within a smaller machine footprint.

High-mix and high volume SMT manufacturers face growing product mixes and factory space constraints, together with a wider variety of miniaturized components. To meet these challenges, and as part of the Mycronic 4.0 intelligent factory solution, Mycronic is releasing the MY300 to increase productivity in a broad range of complex applications. The MYPro series allows Mycronic to address a larger market and an expanded array of SMT assembly applications.

The new MY300 provides a 40 percent smaller footprint than previous models. It also achieves higher speeds due to automatic job selection, rolling changeovers, as well as faster board transfer and tool changes. Throughput is increased significantly thanks to simultaneous assembly of multiple boards. Additionally, the improved linescan vision system ensures a future-proof solution for the most advanced components.   

“Demands are constantly on the rise for higher degrees of automation, more component varieties and increased overall productivity – particularly among high-mix manufacturers,” says Robert Göthner, VP SMT, Assembly Solutions. “The MY300, built on a new compact and user-friendly platform design meets all of these needs for manufacturers of electronics.”

The MY300 will be available in three different models. the MY300DX, the MY300SX and the MY300LX, offering a wide range of highly automated line configurations for any intelligent factory. 

About Mycronic AB

Mycronic AB is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of production equipment with high precision and flexibility requirements for the electronics industry. Mycronic headquarters are located in Täby, north of Stockholm and the Group has subsidiaries in China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, the Netherlands, Taiwan, United Kingdom and the United States. For more information click here.

Share


Suggested Items

PCB Pad Repair Techniques

01/08/2018 | Bob Wettermann, BEST Inc.
There are a variety of reasons behind pads getting "lifted" completely or partially from the laminate of a PCB. Per the just revised IPC-A-610 Revision G, a defect for all three classes occurs when the land is lifted up one or more pad thicknesses. Lifted pads can occur when a device has been improperly removed or there is a manufacturing defect in the board construction. In any case, as with any repair, the ultimate decision on the ability to repair the pad lies with the customer.

Top 10 Most-Read SMT007 Columns of 2017

01/02/2018 | I-Connect007
Another year is over in the SMT industry. 2017 saw a myriad of hot topics, including Industry 4.0, the millennials’ entry into the manufacturing space, and alternative solder materials, to name a few. Without further ado, here are the Top 10 columns from SMT007 over the past year.

The Effect of Area Shape and Area Ratio on Solder Paste Printing Performance

12/28/2017 | Stefan Härter, et al.
The ongoing miniaturization trend in the SMT production induces new challenges and highly integrated systems. In passive components, the miniaturization leads to the introduction of the EIA size 01005 or smaller. Despite numerous publications in this field already addressing the printing of such devices, a defined wholly optimized process remains unsolved and inspires further novel research ideas on this topic.



Copyright © 2018 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.