Automated solution speeds up the assembly of smart devices

Posted By : Siobhan O'Gorman
Automated solution speeds up the assembly of smart devices

An automated solution, which speeds up the precision assembly of performance-critical components for smart devices, has been released by JOT Automation. When using the JOT V4 Assembly Cell, there’s no need to buy features not needed in production at the time. The customer can choose the modules needed according to their requirements, allowing machine functionality to be easily fine-tuned for future assembly and volume needs.

The desktop solution fits all factory layouts due to its numerous feeding options and minimal footprint of 0.35m². Both in-line and off-line versions are available.

“People cannot do the fine tasks that are called for assembling next-gen smartphones and tablets. In fast-paced mass production, it’s impossible for humans to meet with bare hands the less than 0.1mm assembly tolerances, commonly used in the 3C industry,” said Ville Vatanen, Director, JOT Automation.

“With our machine vision guided assembly cell, the assembly of small, performance-critical components, like cameras, microphones, speakers, touch screens and vibras, is made reliable and easy, no special operator skills are needed. Simplicity has been our main principle when designing the next-gen assembly cell.”

The company is showcasing the key features of the JOT V4 Assembly Cell at NEPCON China, which takes place from 21st to 23rd of April in Shanghai. Visit JOT Automation at Hall 1 stand B-1G36.

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