Weller Introduces WXsmart Tweezers for the Wxsmart Soldering Platform

Reading time ( words)

Weller Tools, a leader in hand soldering solutions and part of the Apex Tool Group, introduced its new WXsmart Tweezers for the WXsmart Soldering Platform. WXsmart Tweezers are designed to meet all state-of-the-art soldering and desoldering requirements, from miniaturization to heavy duty applications, as well as traceability and connectivity needs.

Precise and fast performance with built-in intelligence in tips and tool make the tweezers a reliable companion for all soldering tasks. Smooth workflows are facilitated by the optimized ergonomics of the tweezers. Additionally, the WXsmart Tweezers feature color lighting for fast tool identification. Handling also is improved with fast, toolless tip change with the highest precision for fast and continuous working processes.

PERFORMANCE – High Power, extremely fast heat-up and reaction times for increased productivity.

PRECISION – Perfectly adjusted tips save time by producing the best results.

SMART – The integrated chip controls the workflow and makes adjustments possible.

ERGONOMICS – The optimized handle ergonomics provide support for repetitive, identical work processes and make work easier.

WXMTS Micro Tweezers for WXsmart

The Intelligent/Smart De-Soldering Tweezer is the perfect solution for fast and precise SMD rework of chip components and small / medium SOP from PCB assemblies (supports usage under the microscope).

WXUTS Ultra Tweezers for WXsmart

The Smart De-Soldering Tweezer for Heavy Duty Applications is designed to solder and desolder SMDs such as QFP, PLCC and SOIC.

The WXsmart Tweezers feature improved ergonomics with the new soft grip design. The short-distance tip-to-grip and parallel sliding block ensure greater accuracy and comfort when working. The pre-adjusted pairwise tip design increases productivity as they are immediately ready to use.


Suggested Items

Shopping for a Soldering Robot

05/24/2023 | Ed Zamborsky, Thermaltronics
During factory visits, I've witnessed what’s happened to our workforce after the pandemic. Sometimes it looks like operator separation for social distancing, working extra shifts to cover for lost or missing employees due to illness, workers who now work from home, or they have simply found working no longer suits them. One possible solution when you can’t hire skilled technicians is to look at automation, particularly automation for soldering. For many it was a “feature piece” for the obligatory factory tour just to demonstrate to potential customers they are forward thinking. Now it’s a reality to solve a true workforce shortage issue. But why use a robotic soldering system?

Blackfox Shares Tips for Successful Skills Training

05/17/2023 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Successful skills training is a crucial part of the onboarding process and can take experienced staff members away from their primary jobs on the manufacturing floor. Effective training to onboard new employees can not only speed up the ramp-up times, but can also be customized to a company’s specific needs. We posed these four questions about new hire training to Sharon Montana-Beard, vice president of sales and operations at Blackfox.

Texas Trade School Links Students With Employers

05/09/2023 | Barry Matties, I-Connect007
Elvia Quintanilla heads the Texas Technical Trade School, a state-funded training and work program that is a win-win-win for everyone—students, area employers, and the industry. It’s tax-funded, meaning it’s free for all those involved. Elvia enjoys going to work every day, and she wants to spread the news about how she’s giving students the same opportunities she had.

Copyright © 2023 I-Connect007 | IPC Publishing Group Inc. All rights reserved.