Satisfaction on the production line Quantity x Quality x Labor-saving: SMT solution
The solution maintaining outstanding pickup and mounting performance and prevents the pickup rate from dropping
The most frequently seen errors in production lines are mounter’s pickup errors.
1 STOP SMART SOLUTION provides a solution to minimize pickup and mounting errors.
Stable pickup and mounting using multi-layered correction
Multiple Accuracy Compensation System MACS
Advanced pickup error analysis on the dashboard
Pickup error can be improved more effectively if you start from components with many errors and high error rate.
1. Automatically keep the nozzle’s condition properly with a nozzle health check
Keeping the nozzle in the right condition is critical for maintaining a high pickup rate.
High solder printing accuracy and flexibility
The printing process is said to cause most defects in production lines.
Yamaha’s solder printing solution solves this problem.
Squeegee 3S head with variable angle of attack
High-accuracy printing with autonomous control, linked to SPI
Extensive expertise in engineering methods and peripheral materials
For high quality solder printing, selecting and designing the right peripheral materials, such as solders and metal stencils, is critical.
Accurately and effortlessly identifies what is causing defects as soon as they arise
When defects are found, stopping the line and identifying the cause takes a long time and creates significant production losses. Conversely, continuing production will lead to large numbers of defective products.
Yamaha’s range of inspection systems can solve such problems.
Preventing large volumes of defects by inspecting before reflow
Examples of when flux blurs characters, making them undetectable during post-reflow inspection
Linking the inspection system and mounter to prevent defects
When you find a defect, surveying the process and its source is a tiresome task.
Identifying the cause of a defects by comparing images from each process
When defective PCBs were found after reflow, production has been hard to improve because it has been difficult to identify which process was responsible.