Universal Instruments Genesis GC-120Q to enter Japan
May 28, 2007
Universal Instruments will bring the Genesis flagship platform GC-120Q to compete in the Japanese market and demonstrate its dynamic solutions to meet current assembly challenges at JISSO PROTEC (booth 2I-03) to be held in Tokyo from May 30 to June 1.
The SMT Vision Award-winning GC-120Q enters the market as the fastest quad-gantry machine in the industry with four 30,000 cph Lightning heads. Assembling an advanced cellphone design on the booth, the 01005 demonstration will highlight the speed of the GC-120Q for high-volume assembly of standard products, partnered by the multi-function GX-11S capable of taking on any duty from 01005 placement to connectors as large as 150mm with a placement force of up to 5kg .
Both of these recently introduced platform configurations have greatly improved the range of capabilities of the Genesis portfolio, now able to excel in production environments regardless of product mix or production volumes, especially in the production of consumer, communication, computer, and automotive devices.
Mr Heinz Dommel, Asia Sales Director of Universal Instruments, said, "Japan is a highly competitive market. Given the unrivalled performance of GC-120Q, we can definitely outperform our competitors."
The AdVantis platform demonstration proposes a high-performance, value-driven, turnkey configuration for high-mix environments. With recent throughput improvements, the AdVantis AC-30L platform (now up to 33,600 cph), with Lightning head, will demonstrate a solution in fast memory module assembly together with Jedec SM Tray Feeder.