We are at the APEX EXPO and we are in the market for a selective soldering machine, we are looking at the ACE KISS-102IL.
The KISS-102IL maintains the PCB stationary during the soldering process preventing components from toppling over causing “unset” inter-metallic fillets. The KISS-102IL is a fully automated selective soldering machine using the proven ‘traveling mini–solder wave”. The KISS-102IL is used to flux and solder through hole components on SMT boards within close proximity of adjacent components. The KISS-102IL overcomes the limitations of operator dependent soldering with a truly flexible automated flux application and molten solder delivery system. The KISS-102IL couples high throughput with precise process controls. The programmable features provide the tools to set all process parameters, including immersion depths, pre-heat dwells, travel distances and speeds, solder temperature and wave height. Once set, the system will repeat precisely.
Selective soldering machine, automated in-line SMEMA, 16″ x 16″ board size. Best suited for medium board size, low-mix, highest productivity, OEM’s and high run CM’s, sequential processing.
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