Eunil Presents ECM-350 Table Coating Master


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Eunil presents the ECM-350 Table Coating Master, a highly accurate offline machine for small-quantity batch production.

Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are the foundation for electronics in every day products including automotive, consumer electronics, communications, and industrial and energy applications. Due to the evolution of these products, PCBs are often exposed to damaging environments ranging from moisture, dust, and harsh chemicals to extreme thermal cycling and vibration. Coating will provide protection needed.

Features include highly accurate and consistent Gantry Robot (X axis) & Table Robot (Y axis), ability to fix various products at Multi JIG, exhauster to inhale odor, and an internal UV lamp.

The most common uses for the coating are to inhibit leakage and short circuit due to humidity and contamination, to inhibit corrosion, to improve fatigue life of solder joints to leadless packages, and to provide mechanical support for small parts to prevent damages due to mechanical shock and vibration.

The advantages are that the automated selective coating is good for consistency, producing repeatable results. It increases productivity (high throughput and reduced labor costs), improves material utilization, and improves quality with little to no masking.

About Eunil

Eunil is a world-wide leader in the Factory Automation Industry as a manufacturer of SMD peripheral equipment. Recently, they have expanded the scope of the business to include the Semiconductor and Automotive industries. Eunil H.A., Americas, Inc. is proud to provide the best customer service in the industry, and ensure superior quality throughout their entire product line. Eunil also designs and builds custom equipment for their clients.

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