Count On Tools Expands Line of Panasonic Nozzles for AM100 Placement Equipment


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Count On Tools Inc. (COT) is now offering a complete line of nozzles for the Panasonic AM100 machines. These nozzle designs enable highly accurate, repeatable, optimized chip placement. The AM Series equipment maintains the high standards for capability, flexibility and reliability that customers expect in a cost-effective, incrementally scalable, high-mix SMT solution.

The expanded series of Panasonic replacement nozzles for the AM100's placement heads offers a high productivity, low-cost alternative to OEM nozzles. Most standard nozzles are available in a variety of materials, such as durable ceramics. All AM100 nozzles also feature laser marked factory barcodes.

All Panasonic AM100 nozzles from Count On Tools utilize the same style reflectors as the OEM with a special hard coating to provide waterproofing, prevent scratches, and increase tool life and overall durability.

Count On Tools also provides custom engineered nozzle designs from the OEM as well as special nozzle designs for odd-form components (LEDs, connectors, pins, clips, grippers, etc.) based on customer and application specific requirements. There is no limit to our capabilities when it comes to automating your custom component processes; we make the nozzle to fit your application.

All of Count On Tools’ SMT nozzles and consumables are guaranteed to function properly with the original equipment. Every product manufactured by Count On Tools comes standard with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. If any customer is not completely satisfied with the performance or quality of a product, Count On Tools will replace it or offer a full refund.

About Count On Tools Inc.

Count On Tools Inc., a precision component manufacturer specializing in all aspects of the machining industry, has been setting new performance standards in the SMT pick-and-place nozzle market since 1991. As the ORIGINAL source for high-quality, low-cost vacuum placement nozzles and associated consumables, they have pioneered with world-class development and process engineers that combine to ensure that innovation and competitiveness is applied to all of its extensive product range. The company also stands behind its products 100% with a full warranty. Count On Tools’ products are in use at many of the world's leading electronics manufacturing companies. Proven engineering expertise, coupled with the latest in design and manufacturing technology, has allowed the company to simplify the complexities of the industry and deliver a solution to its customers.

The company also maintains and supports a strong position in the hand tool industry, offering the highest quality hand tools in the world with PB Swiss Tools. These tools compliment any and all high-tech environments requiring optimum performance from both their equipment and technicians.

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