Selecting the automated dispensing technology that is the best fit for the specific application can be difficult, especially when multiple technologies are available, such as the auger valve, progressive cavity pump, time pressure valve and pneumatic jet valve. For some operations, such as high-volume mobile device, LED, consumer electronic and medical device assemblers, there is a constant drive for the even higher yields at lower cost. For these machine integrators and builders, there is a relatively new technology with frequencies up to 1500 Hz continuously and up to 2000 Hz maximum burst. Our product, the Techcon TS9800 Jet Valve Dispensing System, is a Piezo actuated Jet Dispensing Valve, and it dispenses at about twice the speed of even the pneumatic jet valve.
Operators are also often amazed at the impressive placement precision and small and neat dot sizes generated by a piezo jet valve, especially considering that it is moving so fast, and the material is being shot and not being physically placed, as would be the case with most dispensing solutions that rely on contact with the substrate. Using sophisticated controllers, shot sizes can be achieved as small as 0.5 nanoliter, with outstanding consistency and repeatability. In this webinar, you'll learn more about this dispensing technology including how it works, its features and benefits, and the industries and applications that are using this technology.
- Gain an understanding of the available jetting technology and differences between pneumatic and piezo jet valves
- Understand the features and benefits of the piezo jet valve
- Know what industries and applications are best suited for the technology
- Find out how to gain speed and reduce scrap during the dispensing process
Can La has embodied ingenuity in his 25-year career with OK International. Can started as an Application Engineer with Techcon Systems in 1994 and became the Techcon Product Manager in 2006. Can has a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Long Beach State University. As one of the industry's leading experts, Can's expertise and dedication is the driving-force behind the Techcon team and their ability to continue innovating.
Stefano Rumori is a Senior Electrical Engineer at OK International. Stefano has more than 10 years' experience with power electronics, low noise analog, PCB layout, EMI, switch mode power supply, embedded (with Microchip PIC micro-controllers) design and testing. In addition, Stefano has vast experience managing development projects. Stefano's highest degree is a Laurea (Master's degree equivalent) in Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering Perugia Italy.