Put an end to the high costs of stencil printing
With the SD903, almost all of the usual quick-release systems and SMD stencils can be used in the frame.
The use of quick-release systems or SMD stencils in a frame have a decisive disadvantage particularly when manufacturing small lot sizes. The manufacturing of SMD stencils in a frame and SMD stencils for a quick-release system involves high costs. This in turn means that the costs for the production of prototypes or small series increase significantly.
For this very reason, FRITSCH has developed an innovative quick-release system especially for prototypes and small series.
The new quick-release system makes it possible to use SMD stencils without a special tractor feed and with a significantly smaller format. These SMD stencils can frequently be obtained directly from the PCB manufacturer. The costs involved amount to a fraction of the costs for quick-release systems or SMD stencils in a frame.
The newly developed system comprises two clamping strips which secure the edges of the SMD stencil by means of force closure. The clamping jaw is equipped with spring elements which ensure the clamping force of the SMD stencil can be adjusted flexibly.
In order to be able to use even the smallest of stencils, the prototype frame set contains a hand scraper and two optimized magnet PCB fixtures on the clamping frame.
The prototype frame set is the ideal addition to the SD903, when mainly small lot sizes with a frequent change of products are manufactured.
FRITSCH has always been renowned for their manual and semi-automatic SMT equipment. With the stencil printers of the SD 903 series, FRITSCH provides flexible and highly precise equipment for manufacturing prototypes as well as small and medium-sized series.
More information at www.fritsch-smt.de