M4-Reel Machine Concept
Technical Data M4-R Machine
|Operating mode||fully automatic|
|Principle||reel to sheet/reel to reel|
|Standard sheet size (mm)||400x1,100|
|Working area (mm)||400x700|
|Chipfilm width incl. punching accuracy (mm)||35; ±0.05|
|Module type||Infineon, NXP, ST, others on request|
|Wire diameter (mm)||0.06–0.15|
|Basic materials||PC, PET, PET-G, PVC, Teslin|
|Product size (acc. ISO)||ID-1, ID-3, e-Cover, others on request|
|Throughput uph||ID-1: up to 2,400; ID-3: up to 1,400|
The M4-R can be integrated into theexisting modular MELZER process, which offers more than 80 different modules. For creating a fully automatic production line a combination of various M4 systems or the integration of theavailable modules are possible options. This concept follows MELZER's philosophy of a modular system – one basic machine and a range of add-on modules and tools for an infinite range of possible applications.
Wire embedding, pick & place, bonding, dispensing, checking, die-cutting, punchingand laser cutting can be done onone machine in a fully digital process. No expensive tooling costs and no leadtimes for tooling.
Labels, plastic cards, electronic, automotive, medical and pharmaceutical products from paper tickets to high tech electronics – all produced on the samemachinery, only with different add-on modules.
Downward compatibility from the firstmachine to the latest invention, highest accuracy and reliability are key features of MELZER's world-wide success andmotivation to create new customized solutions every day.
The need for a digital machine forforming coils on various substrates for RF-ID applications was the starting point for the new M4 System.
Wire Embedding Tool
The new MELZER M4 system creates a new world of manufacturing possibilities – the innovative world of digital manufacturing equipment.
With this M4 system a new range of production machines for sheet and reel-to-reel production is being introduced. Wire embedding, pick & place, bonding, dispensing, checking, die-cutting, punching and laser cutting can be done on one machine – fully digital. No expensive tooling costs and no lead times for tooling. Production on demand with highest flexibility.