Redmond, Wash. - Data I/O Corp. has two new versions of its ProLine-RoadRunner, an in-line automated programming solution for high-volume electronics manufacturing. One is for Fuji MFU assembly machines and the other for Universal Instruments' GSM placement machine.
The ProLine-RoadRunner installs directly onto the assembly machine. It operates by removing unprogrammed flash memory devices from tape, programming four devices in parallel, then delivering the passed parts to the pickup point. The ProLine-RoadRunner is targeted for high-volume users of flash memory devices.
The GSM Platform is billed as a flexible fine-pitch placement machine that handles a wide range of surface-mount and odd-form components, as well as a variety of dispensing applications. The single-beam GSM1 can accommodate dual process heads, typically utilized for dispensing and component placement. The dual-beam GSM2 is designed to accommodate two heads.
Both models are priced at $135,000 per unit. Delivery for the GSM Platform is two to four weeks ARO. Data I/O is taking orders now for the Fuji version, with shipments expected to begin in the second quarter. That version will be available for three models of the Fuji MFU assembly machines: the Fuji QP242, Fuji QP3 and Fuji IP3.
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