|By Business Wire||
|June 9, 2014 01:41 PM EDT||
Today, Cubatic Technology Corp., announced the release of a new family of Fully Automated Volumetric Dispensers for SMD and LED applications. The Automated Volumetric Dispensers can precisely control up to 5000 CPS viscosity with high speed using the advanced GREY Image Recognition System that ensures precise positioning and dispensing. Cubatic sets the bar for throughput: SMD - 22K/H, Power LED - 14K/H, LED Lamp - 44K/H, and SuperFlux LED - 25K/H.
Fully Automated Silicon Volumetric Dispenser: Dual Track. (Photo: Business Wire)
“Our proactive approach to the discovery, design and delivery of state of the art industrial automation solutions continues to position us at the forefront of new markets, including the SMD and LED manufacturing world which is becoming increasingly mainstream as major lighting players enter the market,” said Mark Vecchiarelli, Director of Sales and Business Development at Cubatic Technology Corporation. “As we break the traditional boundaries for industrial and mechanical design, our family of ultra-efficient, ultra high speed fully automated volumetric dispensers deliver technology raising the speed and throughput bar for today’s solutions and tomorrows next generation LED and SMD products.”
The dispensers are designed to work with materials such as epoxy resin, silica gel, and silicone glue, with patented dispensing chambers with multilevel air channel design ensures steady pressure and dispensing quality. The systems have integrated shock absorbing dampeners - stability is increased during operation and noise is reduced. The custom made grippers come in sets for auto cycling operations and eliminate wait time during loading and unloading. The equipment is easily integrated into a fully automated production line.
The user friendly interface is equipped with a 15” LCD CRT monitor with an easy operation menu and a ball controller.
Family of Fully Automated Volumetric Dispensers
Single Track Silicon Volumetric Dispenser: LPD908DP
Dual Track Silicon Volumetric Dispenser: LPD908DP/T
Silicon Phosphor Spraying and Dispensing System: LPD718LS
Feeding and Volumetric Measuring Dispenser: LPD981ODIN
New Release Assets
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About Cubatic Technology
Cubatic Technology Corporation is an independent manufacturing and automation solutions company, providing fast to market, scalability, and flexibility to your production line. Our team has over a decade of experience assisting OEMS and is currently partnering with manufacturers in Asia to deliver high volume, quality products and services worldwide. We serve the consumer electronics, solar, semiconductor, automotive, medical device, manufacturing, and home appliances industries. Additional information can be found at www.cubatic-tech.com
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