IPTE Introduces EasyRouter Plug & Play


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IPTE, one of the world’s leading suppliers of automated production equipment for the electronics and mechanics industry, adds a new version to the range of the proven standalone offline depaneling system EasyRouter.

The new stand-alone IPTE EasyRouter Plug & Play is equipped with all the features of the IPTE EasyRouter family and is installed in no time. The IPTE EasyRouter Plug & Play comes with all the necessary tools and connections: cables, hoses, instruction video and a 10-step setup guide. After the simple plug & play installation the machine is ready to start working. There is no need to wait for the IPTE installation engineer. However, if needed, the IPTE service-hotline is always available to help and give assistance.

The IPTE EasyRouter is an effective depaneling system for offline use. The machine is equipped with a productive milling tool featuring a speed of up to 60 mm/s for the fast top routing of circuit boards. Electrical fixture ID, detection of correct position of product before placement on milling fixture pins and automatic bit clamping/unclamping are optional. Furthermore, the EasyRouter can be equipped with an acquisition system for production and operation data, in order to record the depaneling procedures.

The loading and unloading of the router is done manually during the separating process via a rotating table on which non-complex and highly functional work-piece holders are mounted. A Cobot can be integrated in the loading/unloading process as well. The X and Y drive mechanisms, for the milling operation during the separating process, are equipped with modern, fast and precise linear-motor axes. For the easy programming of the depaneling process, the programming can be carried out by using standard dxf-files or with G-data codes. Other features are the storage of the exact bit position in the TS1 software with the help of a camera, and the continuous monitoring of ESD value from the milling bit in operation.

IPTE offers a full range of depaneling systems to comply with all application requirements in board assembly operations. Regardless of the product mix, the quantities to be manufactured and the automation level on the shop floor, every customer will find an efficient machine solution for a respective task. And not to be forgotten: the IPTE depaneling solutions can be adapted to specific customer requirements with numerous options.

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