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pcb punching machine,
pcb depaneling machine
Fpc Punching Separator of 10 Tons,High Precision Pcb Depanel Machine
1. Depaneling PCB / FPC by means of punching dies, to avoid micro-cracks caused by manual.
2. Cast iron framework for rigidity. Punching dies are changeable. Easy set up of punching dies.
3. Moveable lower die for easy loading and unloading PCB punch die| FPC die| PCB punch mold| FPC mould
|930 X 880X1230
1. CWPL Pcb depanelizer original manufacturers, price concessions
2. Day technical support services
3. Limit the handling of complaints, half an hour back to customers
4. Depanel Experts, the provision of professional PCB sub-programme
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More information for FPC Punching Machine
A PCB punching machine for FPC (Flexible Printed Circuit) is a specialized piece of equipment used in the electronics industry to separate individual FPCs from a larger panel or array of FPCs. The machine uses a punching mechanism to cut through the material that connects the individual FPCs, such as a thin layer of polyester or polyimide film.
The PCB punching machine for FPC can be programmed to cut the FPCs with precision and can handle a variety of different board sizes and shapes. It is typically used in high-volume production environments, where manual punching would be time-consuming and inefficient.
Using a PCB punching machine for FPC has several advantages over traditional methods. It can cut through materials more quickly and accurately, reducing the risk of damage to the FPCs. It can also be used to cut complex shapes and patterns, which is difficult to achieve with manual punching. Additionally, it eliminates the need for expensive and time-consuming tooling changes, as the machine can be reprogrammed for different board sizes and shapes.
Overall, PCB punching machines for FPC are an important tool for the electronics industry, allowing for faster, more efficient, and more accurate FPC separation.
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