LeeMAH Electronics Selects Juki’s G-Titan Screen Printer


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Juki Automation Systems (JAS), Inc., a world-leading provider of automated assembly products and systems and subsidiary of Juki Corporation, is pleased to announce that LeeMAH Electronics purchased a new G-Titan Screen Printer with auto dispensing. The system was installed at the LeeMAH Electronics Dallas, TX facility and the sale was facilitated by Scott Fillebrown, Principal at Southwest Systems Technology.

LeeMAH Electronics offers manufacturing and test solutions to OEMs with high-mix and low-medium volume needs. The company offers customer-focused strategies with its California and Texas locations that total more than 140,000 ft2.

The new G-Titan Screen Printer is equipped for I4.0, lights-out manufacturing and quality print control. Standard features include stencil inspection, solder paste rolling measurement, stencil flattener, support block crash prevention, and automatic solder paste dispense (500g jar). 

The G-Titan features SPI closed-loop communication. The smart SPI closed-loop function provides SPI detection information to the printer to auto adjust and offset printing conditions. This is currently compatible with major SPI manufacturers.

The automated solder paste dispensing reduces production costs by reducing production personnel, dispensing the paste directly from the jar. It extends the solder paste viscosity and maximizes the solder paste lifespan. Additionally, exposure to air is reduced, minimizing issues from improper storage. This also reduces human errors and the chance of mixing old and new solder pastes together.

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