Ersa to Exhibit at the SMTA Upper Midwest Expo


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Kurtz Ersa North America, a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at the SMTA Upper Midwest Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place Thursday, June 25, 2015 at the Marriott Minneapolis Southwest. Company representatives will discuss the complete Ersa product line, with a focus on the new Smartflow 2020 selective soldering system.

In all process steps the automatic Smartflow system uses the same successful and proven Ersa selective soldering technology as the large Ersa VERSAFLOW systems without compromising quality and accuracy. The Smartflow 2020 selective soldering system requires less than 3 m² of space, thus fitting optimally into cell production environments.

With the Smartflow, ERSA finally closes the gap from its high end Versaflow platform to an entry level machine. Due to its universal pallet fastening, the Smartflow can handle PCB sizes of up to 508 x 508 mm [20” x 20”].

For more information about Kurtz Ersa North America, visit www.ersa.com.

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