Surface Mount Techniques was the first printer manufacturer to build systems exclusively for the very special needs of surface mount assemblers and, therefore, many new and innovative designs were developed. Four point off-contact, pneumatic control, and drive systems were but three of these innovations. Surface Mount Techniques offered SMT PCB assemblers an alternative to the typically high cost systems originally developed for the semiconductor and hybrid industries.
Today, Surface Mount Techniques continues to innovate to bring its customers the best precision and versatility as well as the best value. Surface Mount Techniques has shipped over 4,000 printing machines from semi-automatic to full automatic in-line. These machines have produced millions of high quality PCBs with the lowest down time of any printer on the market.
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Benchtop semi-automatic (16”x 16” print area) for lab/prototype or general production Pneumatic shuttle plate on v-wheels for easy substrate loading/unloading Pneumatic pop-up cylinders with ad...
Dual independent squeegees
Available Universal Magnetic Tooling
4 Point frame compensation system
Retractable squeegee head assembly
World's Largest Print Area Stencil Printers for Ultra Fine pitch solder paste printing Models with 24" x 24", 30" x 32", 30" x 38", 30" x 46", and 30" x 60" Print Areas...
Stand alone Semi-Automatic Stencil Printers that offer extra large printing areas. Ideal for backpanels and backplanes and all fine pitch applications. 24" x 30" print area Available U...
Aug 27, 2010 | Highly concentrated heat sources found in ever shrinking electronic designs have increased the demand for better heat dissipation. SMT has introduced several machines that accommodate larger, odd shaped substrates. The machines offer the same speed, precision, and repeatability found on SMT’s solder paste printers. This allows heat sink manufacturers to benefit from using proven, cost effective screen print technology
Oct 04, 2001 | Surface Mount Techniques has announced that all of the company's higher-end semi-automated and fully automatic screen and stencil printing machines using Windows graphical user interface for control are now equipped, as standard, with the Windows NT Operating System.
Jul 27, 2001 | Surface Mount Techniques and the Service and Support Center, Rich Sales Co. have announced a strategic partnership in which the Dallas-based Service and Support Center will provide Surface Mount Techniques customers with technical and applications support, as well as training.