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  CASE STUDY           Cell Phones

EMI Shielded Silicone Gasketing
Two GC 1000 Cartesian-coordinate 3-axis robots apply continuous path liquid gaskets to cell phone component bases. Each robot is configured as a dual dispense system to gasket two parts simultaneously. An integrated CNV Curing Oven cures and cools dispensed parts.
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GC 1000 info

CNV Oven info

Dispensed EMI shielded cell phone housing.

Cell phone
base

Benefits

  • Dual GC 1000 dispensing robots provide for very high volume output.
  • The automated system provides for reliable and cost-effective assembly and EMI shielding.
  • The self-adhering dispensed gasket eliminates the need for space-consuming gasket fasteners or shielding cans. Product weight is reduced.
  • Effective shielding is achieved with very small gasket cross sections.
  • Programmable dispensing paths make part changes simple, with no gasket retooling costs.
  • Programmable dispensing compensates for part surface height changes and irregularities.
  • The continuous path gasket also forms an environmental seal as well as a shielding mechanism.
  • Modular system components allow for production flexibility.

More information is available. Call 518-899-4211.

If you have questions about your application requirements, call us or fill out our online information request form.

 

 
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