PCB depaneling (singulation) laser machines and systems have been gaining popularity over recent years. Mechanical depanaling/singulation is done with routing, die cutting, and dicing saw methods. However, as the boards get smaller, thinner, flexible, and more sophisticated, those methods produce even more exaggerated mechanical stress to the parts. Large boards with heavy substrates absorb these stresses better, while these methods used on ever-shrinking and complex boards can result in breakage. This brings lower throughput, along with the added costs of tooling and waste removal associated with mechanical methods.
Increasingly, flexible circuits are found in the PCB industry, and they also present challenges to the old methods. Delicate systems reside on these boards and non-laser methods struggle to cut them without damaging the sensitive circuitry. A non-contact depaneling method is required and lasers provide a highly precise way of singulation without any risk of harming them, regardless of substrate.
1. Neat and smooth edge, no burr or overflow
2. More quick and easy, shorten the delivery time;
4. High quality ,no distortion,surface clean& uniformity;
5. Gathering the CNC tech,laser tech,software tech…High accuracy,High speedSpecification
Q-Switched diode-pumped all solid-state UV laser
Positioning Precision of Worktable of Linear Motor
Repetition Precision of Worktable of Linear Motor
Effective Working Field
Laser Scanning Speed
Galvanometer Working Field Per One Process
· Auto vision positioning
· Cost saving – no consumables and die wear
· Able to cut odd, complex and micro shape section out of PCBs
· No mechanical stress on product
· Quick model change turnaround time
· Excellent cut finish
1. - I see according to the specification there may be up to 1000 files. How many joints can we have per file? I need to know the programing limitation of the machine.
R: No limit on the joints per each program. More than 1000 files.
2. - Can you send me user manual of the robot? I need to see the programing abilities. I need to know every parameter we can set for every joint.
R: We will offer
the instruction manual when delivery, don't worry about that.
3. - Also where are stored the programs - in the robot or in memory card?
R: The programs
are stored in the robot.
4. - What is the teaching pedant for besides programing? Can I copy soldering programs to another robot CWDH-411?
R: Yes, program can be copied from 1 robot to another robot.
In generally, each PCB has 1 program with hundreds of joints.
There are total 144M storage, 100000 joints take 3M.
If there are 1000 joints per each program, the robot could store 4800 files.
5. - Is it possible to start the program from particular joint (not from the beginning but for example from 5th joint)?
R: Yes, you
could start from particular joint.
6. - Is it possible to execute only one joint?
R: Yes, it is
7. - Is it possible to set X, Y, Z offset for every joint? What I mean is if the soldering tip can be set in the way it comes into the joint under some angle?
R: Yes, you
could set offset, solder paste capacity, soldering time for every joint.
8. - Is it possible to set the tip to come out from the joint under angle as well?
R: Yes, no
9. - Can I set feeding/backing speed for every joint?
R: Yes, you
could set the soldering time for every joint.
10. - I didn't see how much power is the soldering heater (I can only see the total machine is 2300Watts)?
R: It is 150W.
11. - Also what is so powerful in the robot so it is 2300 watts? Our current robot is 600 Watts total power and it is almost the same. The soldering tip is 400 Watts and it has PC inside. So I expect the motors to be no more 150 Watts totally. But here we have 2300 Watts? I am just curious what is so powerful?
R: The machine
is total 750W, including the soldering heater 150W.
12. - Do we need air for the machine and if so how much?
R: Yes, need
air. In generally, it works by 2-3 kg/c㎡. Do you have an
air pump in your factory? If yes, it is enough, because standard industrial air
pump has 6-7 kg/c㎡.
13. - Also do you have soldering tip like below (this is what we use right now)?
R: Yes, we could custom make according to your soldering requirements based on your PCB if we don't have existing tips.
14. - I forgot to ask you also if it is possible to program arrays with the robot.
R: Yes, it is ok to program arrays.
15.-What is the speed for x-y movement?
R: X/Y axis is 600mm/s, max speed for Z axis is 400mm/s
Phone: +86 136 8490 4990
Company: Chuangwei Electronic Equipment Manufactory