SEHO and Toratec to Demo Selective Solder System at NEPCON China


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SEHO Systems GmbH today announced plans to exhibit at NEPCON China, scheduled to take place April 24-26, 2018 at the Shanghai World EXPO Exhibition & Convention Center. The company will demonstrate the SelectLine-C selective soldering system in Stand 1B25 in the German Pavilion.

The SelectLine-C features an outstanding modular design and innovative, award-winning technical details. It allows the integration of additional processes such as selective brushing for automatic cleaning and automated optical inspection for immediate inspection of solder joints directly after the soldering process, thus ensuring clear cost benefits. 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.

With hundreds of machine installations throughout the entire range of products, China represents an important market for SEHO. “At SEHO, customers profit from complete solutions with the aim of making production processes more efficient,” says Markus Walter, CEO of SEHO Systems GmbH. This also includes 360° onsite support from solution-driven purchase advice, through process optimization up to complete after sales service. “With Toratec Shanghai we have the perfect partner to provide such service to our customers in China,” explains Walter. Toratec Shanghai has both excellent technical expertise and process knowledge, and can draw on many years of experience to effectively support customers. To keep up with new developments, Toratec’s staff is trained at SEHO’s headquarters in Germany on a regular basis.

For further information, please visit SEHO at NEPCON China, click here.

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