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Manncorp Precision Benchtop Selective Soldering
Benchtop selective soldering machine.
Willow Grove, PA — Manncorp's new ULTIMA TR2 selective soldering machine offers performance in a compact, benchtop design and at a price point within reach of low- to medium-volume assemblers. TR2's 35-lb-capacity solder pot handles lead-free or conventional Sn/Pb solders while an integral nitrogen hood with micro pre-heater bathes the solder site and stabilizes the wave temperature. Point-to-point and drag soldering functions, along with solder pump speed, wave height control, dip height, and dwell parameter settings, are fully programmable to ensure repeatable solder joint quality. A high-precision, three-axis drive mechanism moves the PCB rather than the solder pot, providing a positional accuracy of ±0.01mm. Operators are able to monitor live video of the soldering process on their laptop or PC via the system's bottom-side witness camera.

The TR2 works in conjunction with Manncorp's ULTIMA SP benchtop fluxing system which applies flux precisely where it's needed using high-precision, low-pressure air/flux atomization nozzles. A single SP fluxer can support up to three TR2 selective soldering systems.


Contact: Manncorp, 2845 Terwood Road, Willow Grove, PA 19090

215-830-1200, fax: 215-830-1206 web:
http://www.manncorp.com

 
 
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