Industry News | 2003-05-09 08:35:07.0
Bringing the board experience more in line with its business objectives
Industry News | 2003-03-06 08:29:50.0
Coretec experienced sequential growth in sales over the last four quarters and, while its yearly sales did decline, said its sales record still compares favorably
Industry News | 2020-07-01 12:08:16.0
For high precision low stress PCB singulation of panels with sensitive components near the parting edge, and with the smooth edge finish required by military specifications or by packaging considerations, using a Diamond Blade Saw beats routing for speed and for blade life. The saw blade, a 2.95" (75mm) diameter .021" thick diamond coated cutting disk, provides a low-stress, ultra smooth edge finish for separting panelized Printed Circuit Cards. ts which overhang the parting line will remain intact.
Industry News | 2011-11-20 11:17:54.0
Count On Tools announces improvements to its revolutionary StripFeeder Trays for loading tape-and-reel components onto compact modules for prototyping and high-mix low-volume applications.
Industry News | 2010-07-16 16:42:34.0
Count On Tools Inc., a leading provider of precision components and SMT spare parts, has released PB Swiss Tools’ Holding Ring Hex Keys. The new hex keys allow fasteners to be inserted or removed in hard-to-reach locations without the fastener falling off the tool and without sacrificing strength.
Industry News | 2016-11-17 15:22:21.0
The N200 punch cleanly separates round and odd shaped panels without dust. Available for under $4,000 from FKN Systek, The N200 is a low cost top down air operated punch for singulating tab routed PCB Panels one tab at a time. An upper and lower matching knife blade is used to pinch the tabs apart.
Industry News | 2022-05-05 17:28:46.0
Includes new, easy-to-operate pail pump with unique pail change and loading method, which also reduces material waste
Industry News | 2022-12-26 11:43:10.0
Industry Demand Holding Up Despite Deteriorating Economic Outlook, High Costs Continue to Create Challenging Conditions for Electronics Manufacturers