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Galil Motion Control, Inc. · 800-377-6329 ·
CAM/ALOT in-line systems feature
closed loop servo motors and precision
ground ball screws for fast movement,
rotary positive displacement pump tech-
nology for precise dot formation, linear
bearing slides for smooth, point-to-point
movement, and a resolution of
25 microns or 1/1000th of an inch.
CAM/ALOT 3600 and 3700 Systems uti-
lize integrated thermal technology (non-
contact and contact heating) to assure
uniformity in dispensing flip chip under-
fill and encapsulation materials for
advanced electronics assembly processes.
Originally founded in 1976 as
Knight Tool, the Massachusetts compa-
ny pioneered the first automated liquid
dispensing system for temporary solder
mask in printed circuit board assembly.
It now has some of the biggest names
in the computer, semiconductor, auto-
motive and medical industries as its
peedline Technologies
Fluids Dispensing Systems
(CAM/ALOT) has grown into
Camelot engineers specify the Galil
controllers for what they call the "over-
all value" they deliver--precision, speed
and reliability at a lower cost-per-axis
than competitive controllers. The
DMC-1030, which they use in most of
their systems, provides three axes on
one card and in Camelot's experience
has the "best positioning performance
for the dollar." They also likes the fact
that Galil is a reputable company with
a strong customer service orientation.
The engineers add that the controller is
also easy to set up and tune.
Other Galil features essential to the
success of CAM/ALOT dispensing sys-
tems include the controller's S-curve pro-
file capability, its sophisticated PID filter,
CAM/ALOT rotary pump dispenses
encapsulating material onto chip dies
to be used in making "smart cards."
Galil Brings Precision and High Speed to
CAM/ALOT Automated Liquid Dispensing
and its linear and circular interpolation
modes of motion. In addition, the con-
troller's flexibility allows Camelot to use
only one controller model for its entire
product line of benchtop, in-line and
high-speed machines.
Galil's S-curve profile works well with
the gantry. Without it, the table would
jerk during acceleration due to resonance
from the mechanical structure. The
DMC-1030 can also accomplish 12
distinct moves (such as move, settle and
dispense) within one second because its
PID is advanced enough to provide both
fast and smooth motion at the same
time. In addition, Galil's linear and circu-
lar interpolation feature allows good
velocity control for precise dispensing
along any linear and circular path.
The majority of systems produced by Camelot use a
Galil DMC-1030 three-axis servo motion controller.

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