Hover-Davis Launches New Automation Feeders at SMTAI


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Known as The Feeder Company, Hover-Davis announces the introduction of its new SA Series automation feeders in Booth #807 at the SMTA International 2016 Exhibition in Rosemont, IL, on September 27–28.  

New SA Series automation feeders utilize the company’s proven SSF feeder technology and architecture to enable a wider range of interface and control capabilities, including an advanced ASCII communication protocol, lower profile form-factor and a host of interface modules for simple drop-in integration.    

“For years automation integrators have been thrilled to partner with Hover-Davis to utilize our proven component feeders in their custom assembly machines rather than designing their own custom feeders.  Our new SA Series automation feeders now enable custom machine integrators to take advantage of our latest tape feeder technologies with more integration flexibility and control options, particularly when smaller form-factor or higher level of performance is required.  

We’re in a unique position to leverage our range of top performing component delivery solutions for custom machine applications with full design integration support”, states Hover-Davis General Manager, Chris Fletcher.    

Hover-Davis is also featuring its range of well-known and highly regarded SSF Series SIPLACE replacement feeders, MP Series feeders for Panasonic CM & NPM machines, and its latest AXIUM Series label and media presenters.    

Visit Hover-Davis at SMTAi Exhibition in Rosemont, IL and see its impressive range of feeder solutions.  

About Hover-Davis

With two decades of technology development, engineering and manufacturing experience, HoverDavis provides ultra-reliable and serviceable component, label and semiconductor feeders for custom automation and most major SMT platforms, including those from Universal Instruments®, Fuji®, Panasonic, SIPLACE, JUKI, MYDATA, YAMAHA, SamsungTM, Europlacer and Assembléon.  Located in Rochester, New York, Hover-Davis was founded in 1989.

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