Kastl/Utzenhofen, (PresseBox) - The Fritsch company in Kastl extends its product portfolio. The LMinline is the usefull combination of the proven LM901 manipulator and the inspection conveyor. Used in the operation of placeALL® smartLINE, the LMinline enables manual pre-or rework, such as dispensing solderpaste or glue or to place special components. Via SMEMA-standard interface it is possible to integrate the station in each other production line. Of course you can have this machine as a standalone version. The PCB moves automatically through motor driven belts in the assembly area of the LM. The unrivalled smooth-running guide of the mounting head helps to place the SMDs accurately. When the pipette comes into contact with the components, the vacuum automatically switches itself on and when placing them, it switches off. For extreme accurate working the single movement axis X/Y & Z can be locked.

Various feeders can be installed and exchanged fast - even as complete sets. This means the whole range of SMD shapes can be processed: Chips, Melfs, SO-, PLCC- and QFP components etc. By pressing a button, the finished product can be fed to the next step. Using simple width adjustment size of board can be adjusted easily.

The LMinline is available in different LM901 versions. As pure dispenser (LMdispense) there are nine different times for dispensing available for dispensing on different sizes of pads, which can be selected directly in the dispenser menu. In addition, the operator can apply in a simple way lines for the adhesion of mechanical components or underfill with the line dispenser module. The line dispenser is controlled by a foot switch.

FRITSCH is always known for his adaptable and highly exact equipment for manufacturing of circuit boards. Visit us at the trade show productronica - Hall A3 Booth 237

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