Electronic Systems Expands Capabilities with Fuji AIMEX Placement Machines

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Electronic Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has purchased three new Fuji AIMEX III surface mount placement machines. The Fuji AIMEX III placement machines provide superior quality and flexibility for today’s demanding electronic manufacturing services market. 

With the addition of these Fuji AIMEX III machines, Electronic Systems will not only increase their surface mount placement capacity, but also gain improvements in flexibility and capabilities as the machine’s interchangeable placement heads will accommodate variable part styles and sizes to meet customers’ increasingly diverse product needs.

"We are very pleased to partner with Fuji once again to enhance our surface mount capabilities," said Gary Larson, president.  "The addition of this new equipment will advance our services to the next level for our customers and the markets we serve.  From our experience, Fuji has always been viewed as the leader in SMT placement technology."

The FUJI AIMEX series features interchangeable and reconfigurable placement heads; extremely large feeder capacity; large panel support with in-line set up allowing for panel sizes up to 28” x 36”; auto rail width adjustment; gang feeder replacement; and hot swap intelligent feeders with splice detection. In addition, the FujiTrax Verifier System ensures the set-up is always correct for unsurpassed quality control.

About Electronic Systems Inc. 

Electronic Systems Inc. is headquartered in Sioux Falls, SD and operates three facilities there. The company offers complete EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) for PCB assembly through final system-level assemblies including supply chain management and order fulfillment. Customers include OEM’s in the Industrial, Commercial, Energy, Medical, and HVAC markets. The company is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 (Medical) certified and ITAR registered. For more information, click here.



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