Transition Automation Intros Precision Squeegee for Magna-Print Holder


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Transition Automation Inc. has launched a precision Permalex Edge Squeegee for retrofitting Magna-Print universal squeegee system holders. In response to requests from customers, Transition Automation developed a Permalex blade that includes a separate magnetic strip bonded to the rear side of the squeegee, enabling the Permalex squeegee to be quickly loaded and locked into the Magna-Print Holders. 

This new version of Permalex Edge Metal Squeegees keeps with Transition Automation's long tradition of helping end users maximize their print quality and production yield by easily retrofitting the company’s Permalex Edge metal squeegee into any SMT printer.   

The product is assigned part number: PLX-OEM-MGP-1.25-XX, Whereby XX denotes the length desired. The width of this new part number is 1.25 inches, and can be adjusted by changing the 1.25 digits in the code. Delivery of this new model is 5-7 Days A.R.O., and the product is backed by a no-questions-asked 30-day money-back guarantee.

Transition Automation will have the new assemblies on display at IPC/APEX 2018 from February 27 to March 1, 2018 at the San Diego Convention Center, in Booth #3603. 

About Transition Automation

For more than 25 years, Transition Automation has been a bold innovator in the design of simple, reliable, high-precision SMT printing equipment. Recognized worldwide as an outside-the-box thinker, Transition Automation pioneered Permalex metal squeegee blades and PrinTEK series long-lasting tabletop printing machines that excel in fine-pitch and fine-feature SMT PCB printing. For more information, click here.

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