Transition Automation Releases Universal Permalex Holder For HIT Co. SMT Printer


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Transition Automation, Inc., has released a new model of Universal Permalex Holder and Blade Assembly for large format printers made by HIT Co., Ltd of South Korea.  The products will be on display at the SMT-Hybrid-Packaging show Nuremberg, Hall 7, Stand 328 at ANS Gmbh.

This new product is in stock in four standard colors:  Blue, Silver, Red and Green and is available for delivery in 3-5 days A.R.O.   The Permalex Universal Holder System is a widely used precision holder that is lightweight and includes sliding and floating paste retainers to increase SMT printer performance by keeping the solder paste neatly contained within the print area.  

About Transition Automation, Inc.

Transition Automation, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the manufacturing and distribution of Permalex® Edge Metal Squeegees, holder systems, and advanced SMT printing systems.  Founded in 1989, Transition Automation, Inc. continues to advance the state of the art in surface mount solder paste printing by innovating the critical and high-cycle squeegee component of the SMT assembly process.  The PrinTEK Series of SMT benchtop printers are renown for their ability to produce high quality results for ultra-fine pitch SMT in high-mix production situations. 

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