Coating carriers fitted to the product and made of anodised aluminium optimise the number and handling of the PCBs to be coated. In the course of time, we have developed many different concepts on how to place and fix the PCBs inside the coating carrier.

In the following section, we would like to give you some ideas:

 

Coating carrier with self-locking mechanism

The PCBs are placed into the mould cavity, which triggers a mechanism. This mechanism pushes the PCBs into position and retains them inside the mould cavity.

What steps are necessary? Insert the PCB, that's it! It couldn't be easier!

Double-sided coating is possible.

 

 

Coating carrier with hinged cover

The PCBs are placed inside the mould cavity, the hinged cover is lowered and then locked. The hinged cover retains the PCB inside the mould cavity.

What steps are necessary? Insert the PCBs, close and lock the lid, that's it!

Double-sided coating is possible.

 


Coating carrier with sliding closure

The PCBs are placed inside the mould cavity and the sliding closure is moved. Moveable fixing elements automatically shift and secure the PCB on all edges.

What steps are necessary? Insert the PCB and move the sliding closure – that's it!

Double-sided coating is possible.

 

Coating carrier with rotating fixtures

The PCBs are placed inside the mould cavity and the rotating fixtures, which retain the PCB inside the mould cavity, are closed. 

What steps are necessary? Insert the PCB and close the rotating fixtures – that's it!

Double-sided coating is possible.

 

Did we spark your interest? The exchange of ideas often results in further notions relating to the respective project. Just get in touch with us.

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