15.10.2020, 11 am: SMT-Printing 3.0 - Full process control by self-regulating systems
There are two major drivers of innovation in the SMT industry: effectiveness and quality. Both factors lead to the same result: Reduction of errors and scrapping costs through automation. Up to now it has not been possible to fully automate the printing process, because the number and type of operator interventions could only be automated with difficulty or not at all. Furthermore, the number of process factors was so great that automatic process control seemed impossible.
The process results were fed back by analysing the measurement results of a 3D SPI (Solder Paste Inspection System). This was usually done by hand by a qualified process engineer or technician.
A lot has changed at this point! The printing machine manufacturers have automated their machines more and more. Printing materials are fed in automatically, and process parameters are recorded and monitored. Important data is passed on to MES systems and other production machines (M2M communication). The interfaces to the inspection systems have also become more intelligent. After initial experience with simple closed-loop controls to compensate for print offsets, new powerful computers and the use of AI-optimized algorithms enable the complete optimization and control of the printing process parameters.
The webinar introduces the Koh Young interface for automatic print parameter optimization. Get to know the advantages and opportunities of this intelligent interface and gain an insight into the modules and functions of the Koh Young Process Optimizer (KPO).
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Axel Lindloff Koh Young Europe Application Engineer Pre-Sales
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