Robotic Process Systems receives orders
Dec 18, 2006
Robotic Process Systems Inc. has received orders for three OPUS and a Harmony-SPX selective solder systems, for installation at II Stanley, Battel Creek Mi., a major CEM for automotive displays and controls.
These orders when coupled with 4-existing RPS SS100, and SS100A selective solder systems currently installed at IIS are believed to comprise the largest installed base of selective solder machines of their type, anywhere, for high speed selective soldering process.
Robotic Process Systems incorporated in 1985, also manufactures selective fluxing & De-fluxing systems, laser marking systems, lead-tinning, and solderability test equipment. The company recently introduced the entry level Rhythm selective solder system, a low cost, high-value system that it believes will gain wide acceptance with smaller CEM, and assemblers who favor a dispersed manufacturing strategy.