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We currently use both Humiseal and Conap with OA flux. The flux MUST me cleaned off the assembly before coating. I know that Humiseal has coatings that are compatiable with no cleans as long as your processes are defined properly before your coating
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Industry News | 2018-08-29 19:56:28.0
Nordson ASYMTEK announces that it has received ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certification from DNV GL. The certificate scope covers The Design and Manufacture of Automated Fluid Dispensing and Coating Systems.
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Inovaxe, a world leader and provider of innovative material handling and inventory control systems, has appointed iTECH Inc. as its manufacturers’ representative throughout the Carolinas and Virginia.
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Technical Library | 2008-08-20 17:28:19.0
Kitting is the first step in printed circuit board assembly. It is initiated well in advance of the actual production start to be able to prepare and deliver the kit on time. Kitting involves the gathering of all the parts needed for a particular assembly from the stockroom and issuing the kit to the manufacturing line at the right time and in the right quantity. This paper discusses kitting, describes ways to eliminate waste in different phases of kitting, and illustrates lean kitting using a case study conducted in a major contract manufacturer site.
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The surface finish you select will have a large influence on quality, reliability and cost. It is a complex decision that impacts many areas of the business. Select a finish that optimal for the business (and not just one function). Know that there are engineering tricks to improve on weak areas of each finish. Stay current in this field because new developments continue to be made.
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