Screen stencil printers for high quality printing, fine-line & fine-pitch on ceramic substrates. LTCC, PCB, WAFERS, GLASS, METAL, odd-form components, DCB & IMS.
The series VS screen-stencil printer uses highly advanced mechanical and electronical solutions to guarantee superior quality in fine-line and fine-pitch printing on ceramic substrates, LTCC, PWB, WAFERS, GLASS, METAL
Printing area up to 800 x 600 mm - Special fixture for flexible substrates – Roll-to-Roll automation.
The VS1520B is a screen stencil printer fully controlled by PC. The software is menu-driven and the memory can held 1000 PCBs programs with all set-up parameters and functions. With the ProAlign Vision System the PCB alignment is checked before print and can be adjusted by micrometers if necessary.
The screen printer AUREL Mod. VS1520M automatically prints solder over PCB fed in from upstream units, as board loader or conveyors, and feeds out the board to downstream units, as boards unloader or pick & place machine.
AUREL Mod. 900 is a high precision free stand screen/stencil printing machine and meets the requirements for high quality automatic printing on large areas.
The Mod. 900 can print substrates up to 350 x 400 mm, assuring uniform deposition from corner to corner.
This special design of the standard Mod. 900 uses a patented “syncro motorized chuck / print – head” for printing on cylindrical parts 6 – 40 mm diameter, 20-200 mm lenght. The applications are thick film screen printing of tube heaters, hensors, components.
The AUREL AUTOMATION Model C1010B is an automatic screen printer for high precision printing of single and multi-layer, for Thick Film Hybrid Circuits, Solar Cells, Wafers, LCD Display, PCB, SMT, etc; on all type of substrate materials and using all known screen-printable pastes.
The new AUREL C1010R is made for precision printing combined with a high throughput. Cycle times are drastically reduced. Valuable production time is used for the process, while loading, inspection (vision or manual) printing and unloading is done in parallel. The machine needs less floor space than a comparable linear solution.