Pillarhouse International to Showcase Selective Soldering Systems at productronica 2017


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Pillarhouse International will be exhibiting at the productronica 2017 exhibition, at the Messe Munchen in Munich, Germany from the November 10–13, 2017.

For this year's event, Pillarhouse will be demonstrating its extensive range of selective soldering systems, from their entry-level Pilot through to their premium in-line Orissa Fusion system.

The Pillarhouse Pilot is perfect for small to medium batch hand-load operations wanting a high specification value option. This system is also ideal for SME producers where floor space is at a premium and flexibility and energy saving are key considerations. The Pilot is available with an optional nitrogen generator, which is neatly built into the base of the system.

The Orissa Fusion is a high-speed, in-line, multi-platform selective soldering system. Incorporating high speed PCB transfer, the Orissa Fusion platform offers the ultimate in flexibility, coupled with reduced line length at a lower cost compared to current market offerings.

productronica 2017 will see the European launch of the Jade Mk IV, a hand-load selective soldering system with nearly 1,000 units already in the field. The Jade MK IV adds new process features to this industry leading platform, including increased board handing size, enhanced PillarCOMM interface, nozzle conditioning system, and bottom-side instant IR heater.

Pillarhouse will be also exhibiting its new "Wave Enhancement" rework system, a special adapted Synchrodex selective soldering system, in line with a Landrex Optima III SSI. This AOI system has been developed specifically for the through-hole inspection of assemblies as they come out of a Wave solder machine. The AOI passes the inspection information to the Pillarhouse selective machine. The Pillarhouse software then uses this data to repair the failed joints. 

Pillarhouse will be in Hall 4 Stand 220.

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