Selective spraying of conformal coating using an automated robot system is one of the widest used application methods in high volume processing.
The principle is that the conformal coating is applied selectively by a small spray gun to the circuit board to the areas requiring coating only.
The selective process deliberately does not apply the conformal coating to areas that normally require masking such as connectors and other components.
This selective application of the conformal coating to the circuit board can avoid using a time consuming masking process and costs can normally be reduced.
What equipment do you need for selective spraying?
The robotic system will be fitted with various conformal coating spray valves that apply the different types of conformal coating material to the circuit board using different spray patterns.
The level of movement of the robot can vary with systems having three, four, five and even six axes of movement for the spray valves.
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- What equipment do you need for selective spraying?
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Images 1 and 2 courtesy of PVA (Precision Valve Automation).