Southwest Systems sells capital equipment & materials for the electronic & semiconductor manufacturing industries. We cover Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, & Mexico except for the states of Sonora & N/S Baja California.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 20 16:36:11 EDT 2003 | stefwitt
For the first time, I was asked to pay tax on a used machine. The machine comes from a reputable manufacturer and I do not doubt their integrity. I asked my accountant (who has many titles in front of his name) and asked for a tax exempt number and
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 15:06:29 EDT 2001 | davef
This otta push Wolfgang over the top ... Recommended reading G.G. Harman, Wire Bonding in Microelectronics : Materials, Processes, Reliability, and Yield, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill Electronic Packaging and Interconnection Series, 1997. G.G. Harman, R
Industry News | 2019-01-08 20:24:41.0
MIRTEC, ‘The Global Leader in Inspection Technology’, is pleased to announce the appointment of Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. as its manufacturers’ representative. With offices in Texas and Mexico, Southwest Systems Technology will provide sales and support for MIRTEC’s award-winning inspection systems in the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
Industry News | 2015-04-09 10:38:51.0
MIRTEC, “The Global Leader in Inspection Technology,” announces that it has appointed Torenko and Associates as its manufacturers’ representative in Mexico. Torenko and Associates is a leading manufacturers’ representative organization specializing in the sales and marketing of premier electronic assembly equipment, production tools, test, repair, inspection and consumable products.
Technical Library | 2017-07-27 16:51:57.0
Reliability Expectations of Highly Dense Electronic Assemblies is commonly validated using Ion Chromatography and Surface Insulation Resistance. Surface Insulation Resistance tests resistance drops on both cleaned and non-cleaned circuit assemblies. It is well documented in the literature that SIR detects ionic residue and the potential of this residue to cause leakage currents in the presence of humidity and bias. Residues under leadless components are hard to inspect for and to ensure flux residue is totally removed. The question many assemblers consider is the risk of residues that may still be present under the body of components.
Technical Library | 2018-07-03 12:27:02.0
It is becoming increasingly more important to provide a low-cost point-of-care diagnostic device with the ability to detect and monitor various biological and chemical compounds. Traditional laboratories can be time-consuming and very costly. Through the combination of well-established materials and fabrication methods, it is possible to produce devices that meet the needs of many patients, healthcare and medical professionals, and environmental specialists. Existing research has demonstrated that inkjet-printed and paper-based electrochemical sensors are suitable for this application due to advantages provided by the carefully selected materials and fabrication method. Inkjet printing provides a low cost fabrication method with incredible control over the material deposition process, while paper-based substrates enable pump-free microfluidic devices due to their natural wicking ability. Furthermore, electrochemical sensing is incredibly selective and provides accurate and repeatable quantitative results without expensive measurement equipment. By merging each of these favorable techniques and materials and continuing to innovate, the production of low-cost point-of-care sensors is certainly within reach
SMTnet Express, July 5, 2018, Subscribers: 31,155, Companies: 10,978, Users: 24,902 Inkjet-Printed and Paper-Based Electrochemical Sensors Ryan P. Tortorich, Hamed Shamkhalichenar, Jin-Woo Choi; Louisiana State University It is becoming
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