Plymouth, WI − 12/15/2021
Kurtz Ersa Inc., a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, today announced plans to participate in the 2022 IPC APEX EXPO, scheduled to take place January 25-27, 2022 at the San Diego Convention Center in California. Ersa will give customers in depth and personalized equipment demonstrations for wave soldering, reflow soldering, selective soldering, rework equipment, hand soldering, additive manufacturing, I4.0 connectivity and more. The company will highlight Ersa’s new i-CON TRACE Soldering Station, Alpha 140 – 3D Metal Printer and VERSAFLOW ONE Selective Soldering System during the event.
Ersa´s award winning i-CON TRACE, the world´s first IoT soldering station that enables seamless traceability during manual soldering. With integrated WLAN, Bluetooth and network card on board, the i-CON TRACE already offers 100% connectivity in digitally networked manufacturing processes when delivered. The possible MES connection allows the integration and storage of soldering parameters used in complex, networked manufacturing processes that already run via an MES. The i-CON TRACE impresses with maximum performance and minimum operating costs. With 150 watts of power, it heats up quickly, reheats even faster and can be controlled extremely precisely.
The Ersa VERSAFLOW ONE now complements the Ersa range of inline selective soldering machines as an entry-level model. It incorporates decades of know-how in the form of proven hardware and intuitive software (ERSASOFT 5). Set up, switch on, solder – optimal selective soldering could not be faster or easier. With the highest demands on quality, throughput and ease of maintenance. In addition, the VERSAFLOW ONE scores with the highest availability world-wide and a delivery time of about two to four weeks.
With the Alpha 140 Ersa combines innovative additive manufacturing technology with particularly simple operation at low system costs. The Alpha 140 offers an optimal solution for the tool-free production of metal parts, especially for small and medium-sized companies. Complex structures with the greatest geometric freedom can be mapped quickly and cost-effectively. Thanks to the open system, the customer can independently set the process parameters in the slicer according to his individual requirements. A wide range of usable metal materials is thus available through the free variation of process parameters.