New SAYAKA PCB Router SAM-CT34XJ Stand Alone & Inline Solution from Seika Machinery


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Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, introduces the SAYAKA PCB Router SAM-CT34XJ Stand Alone & In-Line Solution. The standalone and in-line solution works as an in-line and off-line router.

The SAM-CT34XJ features a slide table for fast and easy loading/unloading of PCBs, repeatability ±0.01mm and low maintenance. The color CCD camera makes it easy to program, along with an automatic QR code reading and uploading program. The system offers broken/slip bit detection and extended bit life with automatic bit position control.

There is no better way to depanel a printed circuit board than with the SAYAKA PCB Depaneling Router. This PCB depaneler is the answer for hassle-free PCB depaneling through the employment of a router bit that minimizes stress on components. The high-speed spindle included in the machine speeds up cutting and maintains precision, while also allowing for flexible panel designs with various cutting patterns.

Additionally, the SAM-CT34XJ PCB Router cuts down on bit replacement with its router bit depth adjustment system, which automatically shifts up to five depth levels. The PCB router bit maximum cutting speed is 50mm per second, while the traveling speed is a maximum of 800mm per second. With a built-in fixture-based dust vacuum system, the system is sure to be clean and efficient. This prevents warping, and takes full advantage of vacuum strength for the most effective dust collection.

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