Speedline Technologies’ MPM AccuFlex, Electrovert OmniExcel to be Featured in Live EASi Electronics Assembly Line at ATExpo 2004

FRANKLIN, MA (PRWEB) August 23, 2004

Speedline Technologies’ industry leading MPM AccuFlex stencil printer and Electrovert OmniExcel reflow soldering system will be showcased as part of the live, working electronics assembly line at the center of this year’s Assembly Technology Expo (ATExpo), September 27-30, in Chicago.

Live in the show’s Electronics Assembly Pavilion, the AccuFlex stencil printer, OmniExcel reflow oven, and other leading industry equipment will comprise the functioning EASi (Electronic Assembly Suppliers’ Initiative) manufacturing line. Attendees will be invited to view the live assembly of a hand-held “Light Chaser” game, inspect the results – the game features double-sided surface mount technology and programmed microcontroller packaged in a see-thru case – and take the game home as a souvenir.

In ATExpo booth number 5809, Speedline will feature information about both the AccuFlex and the OmniExcel systems – as well as is other leading solutions and equipment for the PCB assembly industry.

Ideally suited for moderate volume, high-mix printing at a cost-effective price, the AccuFlex stencil printer (http://www.speedlinetech.com/mpm/accuflex.aspx) combines accuracy and unparalleled flexibility in a compact footprint. It provides only what is needed for efficient and precise printing, while offering electronics manufacturer a full range of options for future expansion. The AccuFlex printer is designed for production of about 8,000 boards per week with two or more product changeovers per shift. The system easily handles boards from 3″ x 2″ to 23″ x 20″ and is capable of printing 12-mil pitch devices with consistent accuracy.

The Electrovert OmniExcel series of lead-free capable reflow ovens (http://www.speedlinetech.com/electrovert/omniexcel.aspx) are specifically designed to optimize operating efficiencies, reduce maintenance intervals, and lower life-cycle costs. Design enhancements, such as standard closed-loop blower control and an advanced chamber design for more balanced airflow with minimal turbulence, improve heat transfer and substantially and consume up to 50% less power and up to 30-35% less nitrogen than comparable platforms. In addition, a proprietary self-cleaning Flux Extraction System (FES) reduces maintenance intervals, representing a significant gain in uptime.

The AccuFlex stencil printer and OmniExcel reflow oven are available now from Speedline distributors and representatives. For additional information, visit Speedline Technologies at ATExpo booth number 5809, call 1-508-520-0083, or visit http://www.speedlinetech.com.

About Speedline Technologies

Speedline Technologies is the global value leader for single source process expertise, solutions, and service to the PCB assembly industry. Based in Franklin, Massachusetts, the company sells five, best-in-class brands – Accel microelectronics cleaning, Camalot dispensing systems, Electrovert wave soldering, reflow soldering, and cleaning equipment, MPM stencil and screen printing systems, and PROTECT global services, support, and training solutions. For more information, visit us at http://www.speedlinetech.com.

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Ibrar Ayyub

Ibrar Ayyub is an experienced technical writer with a Master's degree in computer science from BZU Multan University. He has written for various industries, mainly home automation, and engineering. He has a clear and simple writing style and is skilled in using infographics and diagrams. He is a great researcher and is able to present information in a well-organized and logical manner.

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