SMT Assembly Services

Z-Axis, Phelps, NY, has launched a new product introduction (NPI) line for surface mount technology (SMT) printed circuit board (PCB) assembly at its contract design and electronics manufacturing center near Rochester, NY. The separate NPI line allows the company to run prototype jobs without impacting the schedule on its two SMT production lines. It can also be used for quick-turn production builds to accommodate last-minute requests from existing customers. The NPI line features two recently updated Mycronic MY9E pick-and-place machines and a Speedline MPM/SPM semi-automated stencil printer.

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Plug and Produce Linear Motion

Bosch Rexroth, Saint Joseph, MI, offers digital engineering tools and configurators, which are designed to significantly simplify design processes for linear motion technology.

Intelligent technology includes everything from the vertical integration with additional features such as software and electronics to the targeted use of sensors in the company’s linear motion components.

For example, the Smart Function Kit for pressing and joining applications is a modular subsystem consisting of mechanics, electrics, and software. Features include intuitive commissioning and process configuration with no programming knowledge required for either.

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Walk-In Tubing Oven

An inert atmosphere walk-in oven from Grieve, Round Lake, IL, can be used for annealing polyurethane tubing at the customer’s facility. No. 1038 is a 500 °F (260 °C) oven that measures 60 × 72 × 84 in. A 4200 CFM, 3-HP recirculating blower provides vertical downward airflow to the workload. The oven has 6 in. insulated walls and an aluminized steel exterior with a Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior. It also includes a pressure regulator, flow meter, pressure gauge, inner oven walls sealing directly against ½ in. thick silicone rubber door seal, and more.

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Machine Vision Camera

Omron, Hoffman Estates, IL, has launched a complete machine vision package that can be easily installed on PC-based systems. The new FJ2 cameras feature state-of-the-art complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) sensors, frame rates as fast as 282 frames per second (FPS), and resolutions ranging from 0.4 up to 5 MP in both monochrome and color versions. The camera’s GigE interface provides power and communication via a single Ethernet cable as well as an I/O port. This meets the challenges in situations when Power over Ethernet (PoE) isn’t an option or when additional I/O access is required. It allows up to 16 cameras to be connected to a single system.

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Medical Design Briefs Magazine

This article first appeared in the November, 2020 issue of Medical Design Briefs Magazine.

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