SEHO to Exhibit Selective Soldering System at ElectronTechExpo


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SEHO Systems GmbH will exhibit at the 2018 ElectronTechExpo, scheduled to take place April 17-19, 2018 in Moscow. Company representatives will show the GoSelective-LS with AssemRus in Booth B311. The entry-level selective soldering system offers high-end technology such as an electrodynamic soldering unit and a complete range of automated process control features.

Electronics production continues to face new manufacturing challenges. In addition to high quality requirements at low production costs, there are an increasing number of product variants and the need for flexible reactions to fluctuation in demand. SEHO soldering systems offer the optimal solution when both matter, with high soldering quality and outstanding flexibility.

The GoSelective-LS selective soldering system is designed for stand-alone production of small and medium sized volumes with a very compact footprint. To ensure an ergonomic work flow and the shortest cycle times, the GoSelective-LS is equipped with a loading and unloading station for carriers up to 20” x 20”. Here, boards can be assembled in one carrier while a second carrier is being processed in the machine.

With the GoSelective-LS, all process steps are completely automated. The machine features a precise axis system that reliably positions the drop jet fluxer, preheat unit and soldering unit during the process. Depending on the requirements, the electro-magnetic soldering unit may be used for flexible mini-wave soldering processes, or can be equipped with a multi-nozzle tool for dip soldering with short cycle times.

The SEHO team is looking forward to welcoming visitors in booth B311 at ElectronTechExpo.

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