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Juki to introduce new placement machine at SMTAI

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Juki to introduce new placement machine

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The new JM-50 utilizes the company‘s advanced Takumi placement head which automatically adjusts its height to provide the optimal speed and component handling at the same time Source: Juki Automation Systems

Juki Automation Systems (JAS), a leading provider of automated assembly products and systems and subsidiary of Juki Corporation, will introduce the new JM-50 placement machine in Booth 3439 at the SMTA International Exposition on 3–4 November 2021 in Minneapolis.

The company says the new JM-50 utilizes its advanced Takumi placement head. This head automatically adjusts its height to provide the optimal speed and component handling at the same time. It can pick with up to four nozzles at the same time.

“The JM-50 is supported by Juki’s JaNets line control software, along with all other current pick-and-place models. This makes it easy to program the entire line from one software package.

“Laser and vision inspection allows the JM-50 to inspect the leads and the body of a component and a lead correction unit straightens and corrects bent leads. Multiple nozzle types are available, including vacuum, axial, gripper and mini chuck, and the system can handle radial, axial, stick, bowl, tray and SMT tape feeders. Additionally, the new MVF feeder enables the JM-50 to handle bulk components.”

Booth 3439, SMTA International

www.jukiamericas.com

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