Fancort Industries to Exhibit Desktop Soldering Robots at SMTAI


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Fancort Industries, Inc., a global supplier of cost-effective solutions to electronics manufacturers, today announce plans to exhibit with Electronic Assembly Products (EAP), Ltd. in Booth #807 at SMTA International, scheduled to take place Sep. 29 - 30, 2015 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. Company representatives will demonstrate the Japan UNIX Desktop Selective Soldering Robots.

The 410S Series is available with a high precision feeder, offering a 15 percent improvement in speed. The system is ideal for manufacturers that require fast, precise operation. The 410S Series is available in two slim versions, allowing customers to choose the best robot to fit their objectives. Both are available with many options such as the clean cut feeder, XYT tip correction mechanism, camera system, fume extractor, wire preheater, N2 generator for lead-free applications and lock-on mechanism for the feeder.

The best-selling 410 Series sets the global standard for selective soldering robots. Easy-to-install, the 410 Series enables users to instantly automate soldering – from cellular to in-line manufacturing and more. The Series offers super-rigid and dust-proof construction.

The desktop robots are available in compact, mid-size or wide area versions. For higher production requirements, other robot platforms are available for in-line or rotary table processing.

About Fancort Industries, Inc.

Fancort Industries is a privately held New Jersey Corporation founded in 1972 and located in Northern New Jersey approximately 30 minutes from New York City. A manufacturer and integrator of production solutions for electronics manufacturers, Fancort has a strong competency in precision tool design and construction.

 

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