August 13, 2012
Count On Tools Releases New ezLOAD Board Support System
GAINESVILLE, GA -- Count On Tools Inc., a leading provider of precision components and SMT spare parts, introduces the new ezLOAD PCB Support System for MPM SPM Screen Printers. The SPM is a very accurate screen printer built for precision batch printing and prototype work. COT has recognized the need for more affordable board support options in the electronics manufacturing industry and delivered an innovative design that is not only easy to setup and install, but also offers industry-leading benefits to electronic manufacturing service (EMS) providers and contract manufacturers (CMs) worldwide.
The new ezLOAD PCB Support System for MPM SPM Screen Printers features a precision machined base plate and soft, ESD-safe foam fingers. The ezLOAD system not only reduces changeover times, but also improves product build quality, increases revenues by providing significant cost savings and eliminates component damage during the assembly process.
COT's ezLOAD PAD features active grip technology to securely hold boards during the screen printing process and is ESD-safe. With the basic universal design, there are no mechanical functions to fail. The system requires no air, electronics or communication from the user. Most importantly, the ezLOAD PCB Support System is affordable compared to competitive products on the market.
The ezLOAD PCB Support System is compatible with any SMT equipment, from pick-and-place to chip shooters, screen printers, dispensers, AOI equipment and more. The soft, flexible design makes it extremely durable and is proven to be reliable after testing in the most hazardous conditions. The ezLOAD PCB Support System is customizable depending on machine requirements, specialized components or specific design application requirements.
For more information about Count On Tools’ new ezLOAD Board Support System, visit www.cotinc.com/ezload.
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