Hanwha Techwin Rolls Out New Wave in Robotics at IPC APEX EXPO 2019


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Hanwha Techwin Automation Americas, formerly Samsung C&T Automation, today announced plans to exhibit in booth #1843 at the IPC APEX EXPO 2019, scheduled to take place January 29-31, 2019 at the San Diego Convention Center. The company will demonstrate the new HCR-5 Cobot and HM520 Cutting-Edge Modular Mounter.

HCR-5 represents a new wave in robotics, where Cobots can work side-by-side with humans and make the workplace safer, and start a revolution for a collaborative future together. The HCR-5, Hanwha's collaborative robot, or Cobot, autonomously handles all sorts of tedious tasks.

The HCR-5 can be taught new things to work more efficiently with you through its learning capabilities. This is the first Cobot ever to be built in Singapore to supply South East Asian manufacturers.

With the HM520 Modular Mounter, actual productivity is highest among machines of the same class and is optimized to high quality production. The system configures a flexible production line by applying a modular head and various production modes. The HM520 realizes unmanned, non-stop, and zero-defect production using the Smart Factory S/W Solution.

The high performance HM520 offers a compact foot print, auto-calibrating maintenance free feeders, and modular heads. The HS (High Speed) Head offers a 20 Spindle x 2 Gantry, 80,000 CPH, ±25 μm @ Cpk ≥ 1.0, 0201 ~ 6 mm (H 2 mm). The MF (Multi-Function) Head features a 6 Spindle x 2 Gantry, 60,000 CPH, ±30 μm @ Cpk ≥ 1.0, 0402 ~ 55 mm (H 15 mm).

Additionally, the company will showcase the US2000XF with auto-changeover capacity of 10-products, auto underboard support, paperless cleaning and closed print head. T-Solution’s for intelligent monitoring, management and execution of processes associated with SMART machinery, lines and factories performing PCB assembly, also will be on display.

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