VEXOS Purchases Hentec/RPS Vector 460 Selective Soldering System


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Hentec Industries/RPS Automation is pleased to announce that VEXOS Corporation has completed the purchase of a Hentec/RPS Vector 460 selective soldering system. The Vector 460 is an in-line compatible selective soldering system featuring an integrated computer, unlimited program storage, integrated system software, witness camera and auto fiducial correction. 

Available in either standalone or SMEMA in-line configurations, the Vector 460 is offered with topside preheat, spray or drop-jet fluxer, dual flux nozzles, and custom or wave solder nozzles. The Vector 460 is UL and CE certified and carries both a two-year system warranty and a four-year solder pot warranty.

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