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ANDA Automation Awarded The SMT China Vision Award For Their Selective Coatings Machine

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Only entries deemed by the Judges to be of both Creativeness and of an Advanced Nature, and meet at least one of the other six criteria for selection receive the SMT China Vision Award.

FRONTIER, SINGAPORE, June 3, 2014 – ANDA Automation is pleased to announce their winning of the SMT China Vision Award for their Selective Coatings Machine. This distinguished award is only given to firms that have risen to the top of the industry. ANDA Automation has established themselves as the one-stop solution for a complete, fully automatic conformal coating production line. Businesses have been proven to increase their productivity levels exponentially by employing ANDA’s Total Line Solutions Packages.

SMT China magazine launched the SMT China Vision Awards in 2007. This is an international accreditation for China’s electronics manufacturing market. A distinguished panel of independent judges selects the winners. The judging panel includes recognized industry experts and professors in the field of electronics manufacturing technology, while a second panel of Judges is selected from SMT China readers who work in the fields of communications, industrial electronics, computing and peripherals, consumer electronics, automotive electronics, EMS and OEMs in China. The judging criteria emphasizes “Creativeness” and the “Advanced Nature” of the entries and their contributions in helping the downstream industry to reduce Cost, improve Quality, increase Efficiency, enhance Reliability, ensure Safety and protect the Environment.

ANDA Automation’s fully automatic Selective Coating Machines have gained industry wide acceptance as the best of this type of equipment. One of the preferred methods of speeding-up the production process is the use of Automatic Coating equipment. The antiquated methods of using a brush or a Pen brush, or the old fashioned Dipping Method, are a thing of the past. Now is the time to enjoy lowered Manpower Costs, Material Savings, High Speeds and Higher Accuracy. No masking is required with ANDA’s Automated Coating Machine, which makes direct coating both possible and easy, according to a company spokesperson.

ANDA’s coating solutions have become a hallmark in the industry. Anda’s Mission is to consistently innovate and improve their coating and dispensing systems to ensure the highest quality and company credibility in the industry. It is this business culture that has won them so many Awards, such as not only being the #1 Brand in China for Conformal Coating Machines, but they also have received the SMT Innovation Award.

Anda’s High Speed Fluid Dispenser System offers features not obtainable on competitive equipment. The use of non-contact injection technology eliminates the hassle of moving the Z-Axis up and down. Specially designed automatic temperature controls ensures a consistent material flow. CCD vision correction is an advanced technology that delivers greater precision in the end result.

Their high-speed dispensers are very effective when used for: Under fill, BGA Edge Bonding, SMT Glue Dotting, SMT Solder Paste Dispensing, LED Packaging, and FPC Packaging. Note that every high-speed fluid dispenser can provide various dispensing patterns.

For complete information, please visit: Anda Automation

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