The MDS 3280 offers a host of advanced features that enhance dispensing performance and provide significant benefits to the user.
The contact-free, precise media allocation allows fastest cycle times. Fluidic part uncoupled from the valve drive reduces maintenance costs.
The MDS 3280 is characterized by its new valve design ensuring highest performance, cost-effective productivity and excellent dispensing results with uniform and reproducible droplets. It is suitable for the exact application of a wide range of media, such as SMT adhesives, silver conductive adhesives, LED phosphors, underfill materials, as well as silicones, conductive glue or solder pastes and hot melts.
The ability to dispense droplets of less than 150 μm in diameter on the substrate with exceptional consistency and repeatability and shortest cycle times simultaneously improves throughput and reduces production costs.
The VERMES Piezojet valve MDV 3280 is equipped with a setting technology called "Top Adjust" and allows a quick and comfortable configuration and perfect and free pairing of nozzle insert and tappet. Parameter settings can be quickly and easily changed during operation. This allows the system to rapidly adjust to changing conditions such as variations in material viscosity, modifications of dispensing patterns and the application of different dispensing quantities.
The innovative connector technology which uncouples the fluidic part - named VERMES "Bayonet Fluid Box Body" - from the actual valve body, ensures flexible coupling between these two parts. This allows easy handling and quick cleaning since the screw-less Fluid Box Body can be removed from the valve drive with one-click.
This new, unique design makes the media supply rotatable and the very compact and lightweight valve can be perfectly adapted to a variety of tasks including the desired dispensing direction. It enables fast and seamless integration into the most inaccessible or confined spaces. When implementing complex applications, this saves valuable time and reduces set-up costs within fully automated microdispensing production processes. The tappet can be changed while the valve remains in its operating position, avoiding difficult part replacement and critical service outages.
The nozzle heater is integrated in the Fluid Box Body and keeps it constantly at optimum temperature without taking up much space. Due to the continuous temperature control and the control of the material pressure, the dispensing quality remains absolutely constant until the cartridge / container has been emptied.
Exhibitor: VERMES Microdispensing GmbH