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© Juki Electronics Production | November 13, 2013

Juki enters the super high speed market

Juki will debut at Productronica a new super high speed assembly line: 240‘000 cph on 4.5 m.
EDITOR'S NOTE_ This press release was published as part of the evertiq productronica coverage.

Juki
Munich, November 12 – 15th, 2013
Hall A3, Booth 141
New Munich Trade fair
Production requirements are subject to consistent changes. To cope with this fact Juki has massively extended its product spectrum. Extremely flexible machine configurations allow a fast reaction on all arising production changes.

The new Juki high speed machine line is a combination of the best in pick and place and rotary head technology. With the integration of the amazingly reliable Sony EMCS high speed machines into the JUKI family the highest placement performance on a small footprint is no longer an issue.

The RX7, with its double rotary placement head, achieves a performance of 75’000 cph and the RX6, with its laser centring head, accomplishes one of 45’000 cph – and all with a machine width of only 0.9 m (RX7) and 1.25 m (RX6) respectively. With such machine dimensions a theoretical placement performance of 240’000 cph on a line length of only 4.5 m is possible.

The main features of the new systems are:
  • Heavy duty on smallest size ratio
  • Highest flexibility thanks to a high number of feeder inputs (316 mm positions over 4.5 m)
  • Full pick and place control with integrated observation camera. The complete process can be visually retraced.
  • Exchangeable placement heads for dynamic production scaling
  • “Front only” handling (chip shooters) for quickest splicing
  • Integrated dual transport system, which can also be used singly. PCB’s with a length of 700 mm are possible.
  • The well known integration with intelligent machine and feeder concepts are also possible outside the machines
  • Full traceability
  • Electrical component measuring
  • Offset correction over printed pads

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