Manual Solder Printer - FP2636 (for Frameless Stencils)

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Fully adjustable manual stencil printer for frameless stencils. View full description


Neoden sets the standard for manual tabletop stencil printers for prototyping and small batch production. The manual stencil printer enables rapid prototyping of PCBs in-house and will deliver a decrease in time and expense compared to out-of-house operations. These stencil printers work with a wide variety of PCB sizes in either single or double-sided configurations. Neoden printers feature a robust design in a compact size that’s easy to configure and use. They are ideal for operations on a tight budget. FP2636 manual stencil printers are part of a Neoden turn-key PCB design and production system that includes SMT Pick and Place machines, production conveyors and reflow ovens. Using the Neoden system you’ll achieve quality, time-efficient results with maximized throughput.



  • Compact size for tabletop operations
  • Appropriate for single and double-sided PCBs
  • Adjustable antiskid rubber feet enable fixture leveling and provides stability during paste application
  • X-Y-Z axis user adjustments for fine stencil alignment to the PCB
  • Quality stainless steel components holds registration pass-after-pass
  • No pneumatics required


What’s in the box?

  • Stencil Printer
  • Tool kit with 5 PCB guides that mount to the stainless steel table with cap screws. PCBs then mount on the guides using the 35-pin assortment in 1/1.5/2/2.5/3mm sizes.
  • 4 inch hand-held solder paste application squeegee
  • Paste application pallet knife

Extra Information

Max PCB Size:
280mm x 380mm
Minimum PCB Size:
10mm x 5mm
Max PCB Thickness:
0.5 -10mm
Max Stencil Size:
260mm x 360mm
Adjustment Range:
±15mm in X-Y-Z axis
Mounting Pin Diameter:
ø1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm
Base Table:
Stainless steel
Unit Dimensions:
660 x 470 x 245mm
Unit Weight:
35.2 lbs

    1 Reviews

  • Posted by Christopher Stradling on 10th Jan 2024


    Excelent stencil printer, a minor issue with initial finish

    This tool has been a fantastic asset to my small business. The Z adjustment screws had some wonky threads upon arrival, presumably caused by the bump/drop that damaged the shipping carton in transit. This issue made z adjustments initially very difficult but after an easy teardown to chase the threads with the appropriate tap and die got things working smoothly. After resolving the Z issue I am quite happy with this stencil printer. Once the adjustments are dialed in I can easily run a batch of boards without issue. The results are much better than what I was getting with the PCB and tape jig I used for the first year.