A Walking Tour of Mycronic Equipment at productronica 2019


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I-Connect007 pays a visit to the Mycronic booth at productronica 2019 in Munich, and Jeff Leal, product manager for Mysmart, takes us on a walking tour of just one of the lines on display at the show. 

Jeff takes us through a series of dispensing and conformal coating machines, among them:

  • MyT50L – a full-feature tabletop dispenser that is well suited to odd shape, NPI and R&D projects
  • MyC50 – an industrial dispenser with five axes of operation. Jeff points out that the MyC50 is dispensing adhesive to ruggedize the circuit components on the board

Next, Jeff introduces us to a high-speed dispenser using Piezojet technology and a five-axis motion system. This piece of equipment, Jeff explains, was developed specifically for the mobile phone market, and dispenses a sealant around an odd form factor in a continuous movement.

Mycronic showcased a variety of other manufacturing solutions at productronica. Be sure to watch the other Mycronic video interviews from productronica at www.realtimewith.com.

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