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Setting New Standards in Precision Soldering: Thermaltronics Unveils TMT-R9000S Solder Robot

Thermaltronics USA, Inc., a manufacturer of award-winning solder robots, proudly announces the launch of its latest innovation, the TMT-R9000S Solder Robot. This compact and versatile benchtop unit is engineered to redefine precision soldering, catering to a wide range of applications in the electronics manufacturing industry.

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Key to the TMT-R9000S’s capabilities is its incorporation of SMEMA Communication Ports, allowing seamless integration with Robotic Arm Systems. The solder robot’s soldering area, measuring 12 (30 8 mm) x 12″ (308 mm), offers precision and flexibility, while accommodating a maximum PCB area of 17 (450 mm) x 17″ (450 mm), ensuring adaptability to diverse soldering tasks.

One of the standout features of the TMT-R9000S is its XYZ 3D soldering and 3D dispensing capabilities. This innovation guarantees accuracy and consistency, even in the most complex soldering operations. The solder robot boasts two input line voltage options, TMT-R9000PS-1 (100-110 VAC) and TMT-R9000PS-2 (220-240 VAC), enhancing its versatility to meet the varying needs of the electronics manufacturing environment.

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Equipped with a 6-axis servo motor axis, the TMT-R9000S provides unmatched control and precision in soldering operations, setting a new standard for excellence in the industry. Building on the success of its predecessors, including the TMT-R8000S, TMT-R9800S, and TMT-R9900S, Thermaltronics continues to lead the way in soldering technology with the TMT-R9000S.

The TMT-R9000S holds a significant advantage over its predecessors, featuring a larger soldering area than the TMT-R9900S. Notably, the machine can achieve 600 mm circular soldering, expanding the possibilities for precision and efficiency in soldering operations. This advancement positions the TMT-R9000S as the go-to solution for applications requiring a larger soldering footprint.

Source: https://www.thermaltronics.com/

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