Learn about PVA’s Innovative Dispensing Features at SMTA Atlanta


Reading time ( words)

PVA, a global supplier of automated dispensing and coating equipment, today announced plans to exhibit at the SMTA Atlanta Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at the Atlanta Tech Park. The company will discuss its Valve Tool Changer and 5th Axis Tilt feature.

PVA is a world-class innovator of high quality, repeatable dispensing and conformal coating systems. The company manufactures turnkey solutions that help customers improve their competitiveness, such as coating inspection, optical bonding and curing ovens.

Regional Sales Manager, Gavin Matupang will be on hand to answer questions about coating and dispensing, as well as other application solutions in the PVA line-up such as coating inspection, optical bonding and curing ovens. 

PVA’s new Valve Tool Changer feature increases the number of applications each machine can satisfy without sacrificing valuable work area. The Tool Changer can accommodate four additional valves in the machine that can be automatically picked up and used at any time. 

The 5th Axis Tilt feature is a motorized programmable tilt that can be configured to adjust to any angle between -50 degrees to 50 degrees.  This flexibility allows greater part accessibility for more accurate dispense and spray processes.

Share




Suggested Items

Real Time with… SMTAI 2020: Full List of Interviews With Industry Leaders

10/07/2020 | Real Time with...SMTAI
The virtual SMTA International Electronics Exhibition took place on September 28–30, and I-Connect007 is here to provide you with comprehensive coverage of the event. We’ve assembled the full list of show-related interviews from before, during, and after SMTAI 2020 with the industry’s top executives, engineers, and managers—all without leaving your office. Visit Real Time with… SMTAI 2020 to view our video series, photo gallery, and more.

The iNEMI 2019 Roadmap: Optoelectronics

06/09/2020 | Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Continuing the series of webinars highlighting recently-published chapters of iNEMI’s 2019 Roadmap—the comprehensive guidebook to the future goals and needs of the electronics manufacturing industry—the installment on optoelectronics examined and discussed data transmission by optical technology. Pete Starkey provides an overview.

The Foundation of Industry 4.0

04/15/2020 | Oren Manor, Mentor, a Siemens business
When adopting IoT solutions, start with three main considerations. First, assess which parts of the production cycle can be automated and/or monitored most effectively with IoT devices connected to an analytics platform. IoT technology should be matched to the production cycle of your operation.



Copyright © 2022 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.