i-DR A304 | Quadruple Head
The i-DR A304 is a quadruple fluid dispensing pump system built for extreme swiftness. It is perfectly engineered to handle all types of challenging large-scale semiconductor device packaging demands.
Quad Pump System
The i-DR A304 is the world’s first integrated system of all automated dispensing handlers with complete four pump heads and 12-axis independent programmable movements to dispense various types of different z-axis designs – at the same time. This automated liquid dispenser equipment is perfect for manufacturers that want cost-efficient increases in production throughput for shorter time cost and lower value workpieces.
This series also improves its overall operation stability and precision level with a full robust granite base and gantry design with various types of improved features. Some of its highlighted marks are such as a linear encoding system built onto its primary XY axis, non-contact height scanning, automatic full needle position calibration, board’s mapping, inline dispensing volume monitoring, and compensation options.
Granite Base Structure
& with Precision Craftsmanship
The system built is fully enclosed with a cover onto a solid granite base and gantry, which is a popular type of felsic intrusive igneous rock that is granular and phaneritic in texture. Because of its stable and goliath features, it is used mainly in the construction industry. This material is forced between other layers of rock by the natural pressure under the Earth’s surface. As a result, when compared to steel structures, granite delivers better performance in terms of stability, accuracy, and speed.
Vision Calibration System
Integrated with the advanced vision system to assist NSW pump heads, it quickly acquires the exact XY position of the dispensing location on a workpiece. This system enables you to achieve precise constant accuracy and eliminates system tolerances. The system can detect misaligned workpieces when a new workpiece is loaded into the system during a repeating dispensing process.
Lasered Height Examinations
Utilizing advanced laser beams enables the NSW dispensing handler to measure the surface height of the workpiece before any dispensing process begins. This non-contact measurement device helps you measure a variety of surfaces, including high-density holes, trenches, and cavity. It can determine surfaces like shiny metal to dark surfaces with extreme speed across all axis.
(Optional with confocal sensor systems)
More Features & Characteristics
|Operating System||Windows® Operated|
|Handler Software||NDisp3 WIN|
|No. of Axis||12|
|XY Actuator||Precision Ground Ball Screw|
|XY Accuracy||±10μm (0.010mm)|
|Z Actuator||Precision Rolled Ball Screw|
|Z Accuracy||±10μm (0.010mm)|
|XY Repeatability||±5μm (0.005mm)|
|Z Repeatability||±5μm (0.005mm)|
|XY Resolution||±1μm (0.001mm)|
|Z Resolution||±1μm (0.001mm)|
|XYZ Linear Encoder Resolution||0.5μm/Step (0.0005mm) (Optional)|
|Board Length||Min: X-50mm | Max: X-300mm|
|Board Width||Min: Y-40mm (Optional up to 24mm) | Max: Y-210mm|
|Max Over Board Thickness||5mm|
|Max Under Board Thickness||3mm|
|Weighing Scale Resolution||0.01mg (Optional) / 0.001mg (Optional)|