Nordson SELECT to Exhibit at SMTconnect 2019


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Nordson SELECT, a Nordson company, will exhibit an integrated selective soldering line together with smartTec GmbH in Hall 4, Booth 101 at the upcoming SMTconnect 2019 exhibition scheduled to take place May 7-9, 2019 at the Nuremberg Messe in Nuremberg, Germany.

The exhibit will include a Nordson SELECT Integra® 508.3PD 2seg selective soldering system integrated in-line with automatic load/un-load modules and a through-hole pick-and-place insertion module with the entire process equipped with RFID technology for continuous tracking.

The Integra 508.3PD 2seg selective soldering system features dual parallel in-line processing that allows the system to solder two printed circuit boards at the same time without the need for the boards to be in a panel or palletized enabling the machine to process two boards at the same time without requiring tooling.  The Integra® 508.3 is available in three different variants to meet a broad range of selective soldering requirements.  The Integra® 508.3S configuration with single fluxer and solder pot allows single board processing.  The Integra® 508.3PD configuration with dual fluxers and solder pots can use two solder nozzles in the same soldering station or processing two boards in a panel simultaneously.  The Integra® 508.3PD 2seg configuration with dual fluxers and solder pots can solder two singulated boards in a parallel mode in-line with the conveyor.

The Integra 508.3 features Nordson SELECT’s unique automatic solder nozzle tinning system.  Unlike other nozzle cleaning systems, Nordson SELECT’s patent pending system does not spray an adipic acid or a liquid or powdered flux.  Two types are available and both the flux core wire and flux gel systems do an exceptional job of keeping the solder nozzles clean by removing oxidation residues and re-tinning the nozzle surface without overspray or contamination.  Advanced features available on the Integra® 508.3 include a full-automated fiducial alignment and board mapping function as well as a board warpage sensing system to ensure consistent production quality.

 

Also on display will be the Novo® 300, an entry lvel selective soldering platform with a compact footprint requiring less than 1.1 square meters of factory floor space.  The Novo® 300 is a standalone platform that is ideally suited for prototype, cell manufacturing or small batch production.

About Nordson SELECT

Nordson SELECT, is a leading worldwide supplier of selective soldering systems including Novo® standalone machines offering exceptional value and superior process capability ideal for batch production, Cerno® in-line systems delivering uncompromised quality and productivity for demanding soldering applications, and Integra® multi-station modular systems designed to meet the most challenging high-volume requirements by combining parallel processing with multiple soldering nozzles for the ultimate in flexibility and maximum throughput.  To find out more, visit www.nordsonSELECT.com, or on social media.

About Nordson Corporation

Nordson Corporation engineers, manufactures and markets differentiated products and systems used to dispense, apply and control adhesives, coatings, polymers, sealants, biomaterials, and other fluids, to test and inspect for quality, and to treat and cure surfaces.  These products are supported by application expertise and direct global sales and service.  Nordson serves a wide variety of consumer non-durable, durable and technology end markets including packaging, nonwovens, electronics, medical, appliances, energy, transportation, construction, and general product assembly and finishing.  Founded in 1954 and headquartered in Westlake, Ohio, the company has operations and support offices in nearly 40 countries. 

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