SEHO to Showcase Complete Solutions at SMTAI


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SEHO North America, Inc. will highlight the SelectLine-C selective soldering system in an automated production line together with different modules from the SEHO Streamline product line in booth # 1325 at SMTA International, scheduled to take place Sept. 19 – 20, 2017 at the Donald Stephen Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

At SEHO, customers profit from complete solutions. With the aim of making production processes more efficient, SEHO completely automates production lines for board handling and material management, particularly in through-hole processes. Workplaces for assembly of electronic components, buffer and paternoster stations, turn stations, automatic lifts and, of course, the completely automated conveyor units in between are only a few examples. Moreover, SEHO implements manual, semi-automatic and automatic workplaces for the final assembly of products and subsequent testing procedures, either in individual production islands, or in interconnection with the entire production process.

SEHO assists customers with creative ideas during planning and construction, and also manufactures, assembles and installs the production line. Most importantly, improvements in the workflow, thus a reduction in manufacturing costs, and the employees working at the production line: SEHO considers ergonomic, individually in height, adjustable workplaces and the automatic adaption of connected handling stations as a matter of course.

At SMTA International, SEHO will showcase a batch loader system and a lift station from the SEHO Streamline product line, both linked with a SelectLine-C selective soldering system. The SelectLine-C features an outstanding modular design and innovative technical details. It allows the integration of additional processes such as selective brushing or automated optical inspection, thus ensuring clear cost benefits. Particular highlights for the soldering area are the Synchro software feature to double the production volume without major investments, and the automatic ultrasonic cleaning of solder nozzles that guarantees maximum machine availability and a nozzle service life up to several months.

A complete solution that ideally matches and with communication interfaces that work perfectly.

For further information, please visit SEHO in booth # 1325 at SMTA International or online at www.seho.de.

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