Generally, odd-form parts are inserted by hand because there are issues concerning what packaging to use and limitations on the part size that can be handled using SMT machines. However, there are problems in which manual insertion processes cause variations in quality and work time. Because of this, the demand for automation is increasing.
sFAB-D, the multi-purpose automated fabrication machine, flexibly supports various part sizes, shapes, and supply packages, from leaded parts to large odd-form parts, and automates insertion processes that are performed manually, providing stable quality and production.
sFAB-D machines have continued to evolve since their release to the market. They are able to insert parts into various panels with a wide range of support in part packaging. As an entry model, sFAB-SH machines are now added into the same product lineup.
In addition to the advanced versatility, scalability, and productivity of the sFAB-D machines, this machine specializes in general panel assembly as embodied in its simple platform that makes it easier to introduce.