Seika Machinery Introduces Innovative PCB Cleaner and Router for Enhanced Precision and Quality

Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, is pleased to announce the introduction of two cutting-edge products, the Malcom Unitech UC-250M-CV PCB cleaner and the Sayaka CT34XJ router. These innovations bring unprecedented efficiency and precision to electronics assembly.

 The new UC-250M-CV PCB cleaner is a breakthrough in PCB cleaning technology, offering a three-stage cleaning process that ensures the utmost cleanliness of circuit boards. This innovative system comprises a vacuum brush, a sticky roller, and an ionized air knife, working in harmony to eliminate any remaining dust or debris from the PCB’s surface. The result is pristine PCBs that meet the highest quality and reliability standards, a crucial factor in the electronics manufacturing industry. 

In a video presentation available on Seika Machinery’s official website here, the effectiveness and efficiency of the UC-250M-CV PCB cleaner become apparent. This cutting-edge solution is tailored to meet the stringent requirements of modern electronics manufacturing, ensuring that cleanliness and precision are never compromised.

 Max Bernard, a representative from Seika Machinery, also introduced the Sayaka CT34XJ router in the video. This advanced router offers a host of features that significantly enhance the PCB routing process. The Sayaka CT34XJ can function both in-line and off-line, providing exceptional flexibility to manufacturers. It is equipped with an interface for robot integration, a slide table for rapid loading and unloading of PCBs, and easy programming facilitated by a color CCD camera.

Key features of the Sayaka CT34XJ router include:

  • Broken/slip bit detection
  • Extended bit life with automatic bit position control
  • Repeatability within ±0.01mm and minimal maintenance requirements
  • Automatic QR code reading and program uploading
  • Automatic fiducial marks reading
  • Optional automatic router bit changer

For more information, contact Michelle Ogihara at 310-540-7310; e-mail; or visit