Yamaha Motor Launches YRM20 Premium High-Efficiency Surface Mounter—Delivering World Class-Leading Performance with New Platform and High-Speed Rotary Head

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IWATA, January 10, 2020 - Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. (Tokyo:7272) announced today that the new YRM20 surface mounter*1 will launch on April 1, 2020.
Built on an all-new next-generation platform which embodies the intelligent factory, this high-efficiency premium modular mounter utilizes two head types: A newly-developed high-speed, multi-purpose rotary (RM) head that, when combined with the new high-speed feeder, delivers world class-leading mounting performance (under optimal conditions)*2 of 115,000CPH *3, as well as a 1-head solution via the newly-designed in-line (HM) head which combines high speed and high versatility.
With high mounting accuracy of ±25μm (Cpk ≧ 1.0), it supports 0201 (0.25×0.125mm) sized microchip component mounting.
In addition, the newly developed conveyor can handle a maximum board width of 510mm, an optimized layout improves the transfer speed, and greatly reduces the time required for board replacement. The adoption of the overdrive motion inherited from the premium modular Σ series, which has realized high-efficiency production, reduces head entry restrictions when front and rear tables interfere, and also improves productivity.
In addition, the GUI (Graphical User Interface) on the operation screen has been renewed, making intuitive operations easy.
Yamaha Motor is set to exhibit the new YRM20 at the 34th INTERNEPCON JAPAN trade show for electronics manufacturing and surface-mounting technology. This will be held from January 15-17 at the Tokyo Big Sight (Koto-ku, Tokyo).

*1: Surface mounters: Production equipment designed to mount various electrical components onto PCB's (Printed Circuit Boards), which are then incorporated into electronic products.
*2: Comparative mounting capacity (CPH) under optimal conditions for surface mounters in the 2-Beam, 2-Head Class. Yamaha Motor survey, January 10, 2020
*3 CPH (Chips Per Hour): Total number of chips that can be mounted per hour (unit time). Indicates processing capacity under various conditions.

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