1 Click SMT Introduces New Selective Soldering System for High-Volume Production


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1 Click SMT Technology Co., ltd. is pleased to introduce its new Ant-i2 offline selective soldering machine. The Ant-i2 offline selective soldering machine is designed for high-volume offline production for small boards, good flexibility for big boards and provides a competitive machine cost.

The Ant-i2 includes two drop jet fluxers, a bottom preheating zone and optional top preheating zone, and one solder pot with two individual selective wave tunnels.

It can handle two max 350 x 215 mm boards at the same time, doubling production capacity for high-volume offline production. If only uses one fluxer/one solder nozzle and can handle max 350 x 450 mm, high flexibility for big board.

The Ant-i2 comes with software based on the Windows 10 operating system for easy programming and good traceability, live on-camera viewing of the soldering process, auto wave height calibration, one-button flux nozzle auto cleaning function, N2 closed-loop heat-up, flux level alarm, solder level alarm and more as standard. Optional features include N2 purity monitoring, N2 flow monitoring, flux quantity monitoring, and more.

The 1 Click SMT Ant-i2 enables customers to reduce assembly time by eliminating hand soldering, and most importantly, maintain perfect soldering quality.   

1 Click SMT is a machine manufacturing and distribution company. The company provides customers one-stop SMT solutions, with China’s 30 years of electronics industry experience, benefiting worldwide customers with quality products at a competitive price.

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