Juki to Showcase the Ideal Manufacturing Line at productronica


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Juki Automation Systems (JAS), GmbH, a world-leading provider of automated assembly products and systems and part of Juki Automation Systems Corporation, will exhibit in hall A3, booth 141 at productronica, scheduled to take place November 12-15, 2019 at the Neue Messe München in Munich, Germany. The company will highlight the RS-1R and JM-100 as well as the smart production.

RS-1R will be on display at the show. In the past, the placement head had to be mounted high enough for the tallest component on the PCBA, resulting in excess movement for short components. Now, the RS-1 features the Takumi head.

The new Takumi head is a dynamic height, 8 nozzle placement head that automatically adjusts pick-and-placement height on-the-fly to optimize speed, resulting in the highest possible CPH. With the new offline teach camera and JaNets/NPI Plus software, the RS-1 provides easy data entry for faster programming for both standard SMT and odd-form parts. 

Achieve higher quality and labor savings by automating manual insertion.

The JM-100 odd-form inserter automates the manual insertion process and is the advanced model for larger/heavier components and larger boards. The system can place or insert surface mount and through-hole components. The JM100 accommodates multiple types of feeders with the widest component range in the electronics industry.

Additionally, the company will demonstrate the RX-7R, AOI, G-Titan, Offline Programming Station, ISM 3600 and Autoload Feeder. The new G-Titan Screen Printer is equipped for lights-out manufacturing and quality print control, which sustains optimal print conditions.

Stop by Hall A3, Booth 141 during productronica for a demonstration.

About Juki Automation Systems, Inc.

Juki Automation Systems (JAS), is an international leader in high-speed SMT Assembly equipment, has shipped more than 40,000 machines worldwide since 1987.  Juki has built its global image with a combination of top-quality and high-reliability machines with a reputation for world-class service and support that result in the lowest production costs for its customers. Juki machines have about 30 percent U.S. made content by cost. The pioneer of the modular assembly system in 1993, Juki offers flexible solutions designed for both high-volume and high mix environments.  JAS, Inc. employs 45 U.S. employees, including 20 service personnel five specializing in applications sales.

Additionally, JAS, Inc. offers a full line of SMT manufacturing products as wells as selective solder and stamp soldering machines plus Advanced Technology through-hole machines.   Juki supports one of the largest field service groups in the industry.  For more information, visit www.jukiamericas.com.

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