Automated Selective Soldering Machine - KISS 103
The KISS-103 is a larger version of the popular KISS-102. Where the KISS-102 processes a 12" x 12" board, the KISS-103 will process a 18" x 24" board entirely without intervention. The KISS-102 and the KISS-103 are virtually identical with exception of the boards size they will process. They share the same components such as solder pots, nozzles, robotic motion and software. You would choose the KISS-103 if your board sizes exceed the KISS-102 capability.
As with the KISS-102, the KISS-103 couples high throughput with precise process controls. The programmable features provide the tools to set all process parameters, including immersion depths, pre-heat dwells, travel distances and speeds, solder temperature and wave height. Once set, the system will repeat precisely.
The operator places the PCB onto the location rails and starts the automated cycle. The cycle begins by applying flux to all the programmed sites. Next the mini solder wave is automatically moved under the component to be soldered. The solder nozzle rises to "wet" the first pins. The solder wave travels the length of the component soldering the through hole leads to the PCB. At the completion of the travel the solder pot lowers and moves to the next site. All programmed sites are soldered in the same cycle. An automated stepping function allows solder arrays of boards in an X-Y matrix. After completing the cycle the pot returns to the start position ready for the next cycle.
Please view the data sheet, the machine video and the process videos for a better understanding of the machine and the process.
The KISS-103 can be acquired for as little as $1,650/month…..and saves you money by out performing at least 5 operators while returning a positive and instant cash flow in excess of $10,000/month (approximately $120,000/year). Ask for our R.O.I. calculator. This handy one page spread sheet will demonstrate the cost saving and rapid pay back of the KISS-103 system….