Ersa announces official launch of the VERSAFLEX-Ultra selective solder module

Kurtz Ersa North America, a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, today announced plans to launch the new VERSAFLEX-Ultra selective solder module. The system will be displayed in Booth #3111 at the 2017 IPC APEX EXPO, scheduled to take place Feb. 14-16, 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center in Calif. Live demonstrations will take place every two hours during the three-day event.

The VERSAFLEX-Ultra selective solder module offers unlimited flexibility, productivity and uncompromising quality – two solder pots, either y- and x-variable or z-variable, equipped with different solder and different solder nozzles, can work in parallel.

With its revolutionary flexibility, the soldering pots are able to move freely in x-, y- and z-direction. Each soldering pot is completely independent and has no y- or x-dependencies to the other one. An anti-collision software ensures the free movement of the servo-driven axis system of the soldering pots.

Ernie Grice, Vice President of Kurtz Ersa NA commented, “The VERSAFLEX is taking selective solderirng to the next level of automation. This innovation is a direct result of the high demands and stringent requirements from our customers. The VERSAFLEX-Ultra demonstrates that, once again, Ersa is developing equipment to meet the needs of our customers and setting the standard of excellence for selective soldering machines.“

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