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Mid-sized long board printer with SPI inspection technology

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Mid-sized long board printer with SPI inspection technology

Mid-sized long board printer with SPI inspection technology
The new SP12200 ‘mid-sized long board’ printer from Speedprint includes built-in SPI inspection technology and an X-axis under-stencil cleaning system. Source: Speedprint Technology

SMT screen printing equipment manufacturer, Speedprint Technology, has added a new printer platform to its product range. The SP1220 is expressly designed to accommodate mid-sized long boards up to 48 inches (1220 mm) in length.

The robust platform delivers print accuracy to 12.5 μm at 6-sigma and repeatability performance that parallels the company’s SP710 platform, using up to four fiducials to optimize alignment – a factor that becomes more critical with long PCBs. It also includes built-in SPI inspection technology, and deploys an inventive X-axis under-stencil cleaning system that minimizes the usage of cleaning consumables. Maximum stencil size is 59 “ x 30 “ (1500 mm x 736 mm).

In common with all of the company’s other print platforms, owners of the SP1220 printer will benefit from the comprehensive support and 5-year parts and 2-year labor warranty, which remains unique in the industry. “We chose to add this machine to our range to let our users address the increasing number of assembly applications that use mid-sized long PCBs – explains President Mark Brawley. “It offers the same precision print performance and, thanks to our generous warranty terms, low-risk ownership model as the rest of our proven range,” he adds.


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