EM Solutions Installs New Hanwha High Performance Chip Mounter


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EM Solutions Inc., a quick-turn PCBA manufacturing company, is pleased to announce that it has completed the installation and began production on its new Decan S1 next-generation chip mounter from Hanwha Techwin Automation Americas. The mid-speed Decan S1 is designed for both NPI and volume production applications, making it an ideal fit for EM Solutions.

EM Solutions specializes in high-quality quick-turn (1-5 days) NPI/prototype builds as well as mid-to-large sized production runs. “The Hanwha Decan S1 will enable EM Solutions to better serve our customers as we transition from a focus on quick-turn prototype PCBAs to mid-sized production done domestically in the United States,” says Kevin Huo, Director of Operations. “Its speed, precision and reliability are a perfect reflection of the core values that we emphasize at EMS.”

With the highest performance among mounters in its class, the Decan S1 next-generation chip mounter accommodates PCBs up to 510 x 510mm (standard) / 1500 x 460mm (option), with the ability to produce PCBAs up to 1,500mm(L) x 460mm(W) in size. It provides the optimal productivity for batch production, while improving actual productivity and placement quality, and reducing loss rates.

With a placement speed of 47,000 Cph and accuracy of ±28μm microns, the Decan S1 improves the placement speed of odd-shape components by 25 percent. Additionally, the system improves the simultaneous pick-up rate by arranging pocket positions automatically through communication between the machine and feeder. 

EM Solutions uses state-of-the-art technology to provide high-quality PCBA boards to customers in many different fields of technology. The company’s facilities utilize the latest engineering tools and practices to assure confidence in design, testing and production. EM Solution’s experienced team handles everything from basic passive components to through-hole parts to fine pitch BGAs while providing superb customer service.

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