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Fancort intros Small Force Servopress with Heater Plates
Programmable servopress. EMFancort_2.jpg
West Caldwell,NJ — Fancort was approached by a well known government agency with a requirement for a very accurate, low force, assembly press with heater plates for compressing and heating semiconductor materials. The application was R&D, and the device had to incorporate extreme versatility to handle a broad range of materials.
The customer was unable to find an off-the-shelf solution, called several press manufacturers,and were basically told no quote by all of them. Fancort was contacted and one of their sales engineers decided this was something they would tackle. The end result was a programmable servopress with three, easily interchangeable actuators with different force ranges of 0.2 to 20kgf, 0.4 to 40kgf and from 0.6 to 60kgf.
The customer also needed to heat their material to temperatures of 400C, and it was critical that the heat did not distort the die set which held the parts. The system had to be easy to use with software that allowed easy programming of force, distance and time variables, and then storing these programs on a PC for future use.
Fancort?s solution included a teach pendant and software for operating the press, and a simple control box for setting temperatures on the heater plates.
Contact: Fancort, 31 Fairfield Place, W. Caldwell, NJ 07006, 973-575-0610, Fax 973-575-9234, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web: www.fancort.com.
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