Encounter electronics manufacturing of the future – from 14 to 17 November at the Ersa Stand A4.171 at productronica. Let’s get together to discover new possibilities in electronics manufacturing!
Wertheim/Munich, November 14, 2017
The stencil printer has long left the stadium of the “simple printer” – currently, the VERSAPRINT series handles the automatic cleaning of the underside of the stencil and inspection of the printing result and many more functions and processes along the production line. The VERSAPRINT 2 series comprises four different types: VERSAPRINT 2 ELITE is the sturdy basic version which uses an area camera to align the substrate to the stencil and can use this to carry out optional inspection tasks. The VERSAPRINT 2 ELITE plus can be adjusted without tools for frame sizes from 450 to 740 mm and can be upgraded or retrofitted with all options available for the VERSAPRINT 2 series, including 2D and 3D-camera.
The VERSAPRINT 2 Pro2 with its fast 2D-LIST camera (LIST = Line Scan Technology) is particularly suited for products with a high inspection requirement (upgradable/retrofittable with all options for VERSAPRINT 2). The VERSAPRINT 2 ULTRA3 is for operators who pay special attention to the small print. The ULTRA3 model uses the very latest measuring technology provided by the 3D-LIST camera. The shape of the smallest solder paste depots plays a major role in the printed volume and ultimately for the shape of the solder connection. Is the height of the paste depot consistent or does it drop towards the edges? The ULTRA3 can answer this question for you. It is both a stencil printer and 3D-SPI in one (upgradable/retrofittable with all options).
With the new VERSAPRINT 2 system supplier Ersa continues the proven stencil printer series. The new printer sets standards in communication with the operator and with regard to drive technology and asset addition. The higher accessibility of the system allows optional retrofitting in terms of “features on demand” so that the plant grows with the requirements of the production. Further, with its fully integrated 3D inspection the VERSAPRINT meets the demands of the market for enhanced process quality. Last, not least, the VERSAPRINT 2 – in contrast to an independent downstream SPI – does not need additional shop floor or further programming work. The results of the inspection directly feed into the current printing process: The cleaning of the underside of the stencil starts automatically and the print offset is autonomously adjusted. Personnel workload is reduced while the line throughput is simultaneously maximized.