Discover Europlacer’s IINEO SMT Pick-and-Place Platform at SMTAI


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Europlacer, a manufacturer of market-leading flexible SMT placement machines, announces that it will showcase the iineo II SMT pick-and-place platform in Booth #637 at SMTA International, scheduled to take place Sep. 29 - 30, 2015 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.

The award-winning iineo II is widely configurable for numerous requirements. The platform offers the industry’s largest board size (24" W x 63"L) along with expansive feeder capacity up to 264 x 8 mm + trays. With two placement heads, 24 nozzles, Electrical Test Verification, odd-form capability and enough capacity for a broad range of presentation media including tape-and-reel, trays, tubes, cut tapes and POP, the iineo II can be employed to achieve optimal production efficiency on complex boards, complex applications and higher volumes with ease. 

Europlacer also will demonstrate the new ii-Feed system that highlights a 15 second unit load-time, along with sub-$300 unit price for fully ‘intelligent’ assembly planning and production.

For more information, schedule a meeting with company representatives in Booth #637 at SMTA International or visit www.europlacer.com.

About Europlacer

Europlacer became a division of Parable Trust Ltd. in 2013. Europlacer has been developing machines for SMT electronics assembly since the 1970s and invented the intelligent feeder concept in the 1980s. After acquisition by Blakell Europlacer in 1991, the company moved away from split-axis to the inherently more capable X-Y architecture that underpins the company’s pick-and-place machines today. Europlacer’s policy has been to ensure wherever possible that technology purchased many years ago, especially feeders, remain compatible with the latest pick-and-place equipment. Europlacer designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of highly flexible SMT pick-and-place systems for the global electronics industry.

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