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Automated dispensing systems aimed at microelectronics apps

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Nordson ASYMTEK? conformal coating? fluid dispensing system? MEMS?

Nordson ASYMTEK, a Nordson company, is set to unveil its Spectrum II automated fluid dispensing system with the NexJet 8 jetting system. Its latest Conexis conformal coating system will demonstrated as well.

The Spectrum series promises to deliver high-speed, high-accuracy dispensing for a variety of precision dispensing applications in microelectronics, mobile electronics, semiconductor manufacturing and MEMS assembly. The Spectrum's small 600mm x 1321mm footprint provides maximum productivity with minimum manufacturing floor space.

Conexis conformal coating system

The NexJet 8 jetting system includes the easy-to-clean 2-piece ReadiSet jet cartridge. When combined with Nordson ASYMTEK's patented closed-loop process controls, manufacturers can be ready to jet with practically no down time, noted the company.

The Conexis CX-3040 conformal coating system provides both speed and flexibility and is geared for mid-volume, high-accuracy applications. Linear encoders enable the system to reach a maximum speed of 700mm per second with an overall accuracy of 50?m. Additional features and options can be added to the coater as production needs change. The Conexis system can be configured with many different dispense and spray valves, including the high-speed airless Curtain valve. Up to three valves can be mounted on the independent Z-axis, with two capable of tilting (4-axis) and rotating (360 degrees). Nordson ASYMTEK provides the conformal coating solutions that fit the customer's needs and supports these systems with a global service team.

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