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Robotic Soldering

AMADA WELD TECH offers robotic soldering solutions for both point and line soldering applications. By using the latest technology in closed-loop iron control and robotic practices, we are able to achieve precision production processes.

The robots are developed for stable and premium soldering processes at the same or even fewer cycle times than manual soldering.     

Robotic Soldering Products

AMADA WELD TECH offers a variety of innovative robots designed for precise high-speed assembly applications.

The JR Series Desktop robots are designed to minimize footprint and maximize efficiencies in assembly line operations. This design increases the efficiency of operators and reduces labour. With the JR Series robots, assembly line operators stay busy loading and unloading fixtures while the robot performs precision assembling tasks.

The Janome Selective Compliance Assembly Robotic Arm or SCARA is the perfect solution for assembly line automation. The flexibility of the Janome SCARA allows it to be implemented on fully automated assembly lines or operator-controlled work cells. The SCARA robot’s internal sequencer allows programmable control of external equipment or conveyors. Vision offset capabilities mean that the Janome SCARA is able to adapt to part placement variations.

Our robotic soldering software allows 16 different soldering conditions to be programmed using clear and straightforward menus.

The soldering process eliminates the use of a Geyan-feeder, solder balls and spattering. Wet sponge and blow tip cleaning are also available as options. The robots can be programmed for almost any available point or line soldering application.

Robotic Soldering Applications


Typical soldering processes:

  • Touch-up or resoldering of solder spot after soldering bath
  • Soldering on the component side of PC boards for jumper wires, connectors, switches and suchlike
  • Making solder joints between PCBs
  • Through-Hole Solder applications
  • Making solder joints between the pins and housing on the board
  • Making solder joints between metal frames and PCBs
  • Soldering of unusually shaped components with leads on SMD-PCBs