Since 1992 Contract Manufacturer (Circuit Boards) Service,Reliability,Quality. ISO certified Controlled Goods Certified IPC standards Engineering Certified CID & CID+ National & International customer base Totally Service Oriented
DSP 825HF is a lead-free, no clean, halogen-free solder paste designed specifically for a wide range of lead-free alloys. It provides an x-treme fluxing activity level with excellent wetting on copper OSP-coatings. Wide reflow process windows combine
Industry News | 2016-02-17 17:57:55.0
ZESTRON is pleased to announce that Umut Tosun, M.S.Ch.E., Application Technology Manager, ZESTRON, will present “PCB Cleanliness Assessment Methodologies – A Comparative Study” during the Cleanliness and ROHS Testing session on Thursday, March 17th at APEX 2016.
Industry News | 2014-07-28 08:03:55.0
Techcon Systems has introduced a new brochure entitled, “Medical Device Assembly Process Key Factors to Consider.”
Detailed Product Description Brand: DEK Material: Metal Machine: Printer Machine Part Name: Pressure Sensor Model: 183452 Apllication: DEK Squeegee DEK Squeegee pressure Sensor 183452 BOM ASSY^STRAIN GAUGE BEAM (TXT ) for DEK printing machine
Technical Library | 2019-07-19 10:21:14.0
One of the most frequently asked questions of ACI Technologies (ACI) is how to qualify and verify that the electronic systems shipped by their respective companies are Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant. The RoHS directive has been implemented since July of 2006, and the preoccupation with what constitutes a compliant product continues to confuse the electronic industry. ACI receives countless inquiries regarding how to qualify and verify that the electronic systems shipped by the irrespective companies are RoHS compliant. The approach to proving compliancy requires a sequential analytical process that utilizes a decision flow chart.
Technical Library | 2019-09-04 21:35:53.0
Since the European Directives, RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) and REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals), entered into force in 2006-7, the number of regulated substances continues to grow. REACH adds new substances roughly twice a year, and more substances will be added to RoHS in 2019. While these open-ended regulations represent an ongoing burden for supply chain reporting, some ability to remain ahead of new substance restrictions can be achieved through full material declarations (FMD) specifically the IPC-1752A Class D Standard (the "Standard"), which was developed by the IPC - Association Connecting Electronic Industries. What is important to the supply chain is access to user-friendly, easily accessible or free, fully supported tools that allow suppliers to create and modify XML (Extensible Markup Language) files as specified in the Standard. Some tools will provide enhancements that validate required data entry and provide real-time interactive messages to facilitate the resolution of errors. In addition, validation and auto-population of substance CAS (Chemical Abstract Service) numbers, and Class D weight rollup validation ensure greater success in the acceptance of the declarations in customer systems that automate data gathering and reporting. A good tool should support importing existing IPC-1752A files for editing; this capability reduces the effort to update older declarations and greatly benefits suppliers of a family of products with similar composition. One of the problems with FMDs is the use of "wildcard" non-CAS numbers based on a declarable substance list (DSL). While the substances in different company's lists tend to have some overlap, no two DSL’s are the same. We provide an understanding of the commonality and differences between representative DSLs, and the ability to configure how much of a non-DSL substance percent is allowed. Case studies are discussed to show how supplier compliance data, can be automatically loaded into the customer's enterprise compliance system. Finally, we briefly discuss future enhancements and other developments like Once an Article, Always an Article (O5A) that will continue to require IPC standards and supporting tools to evolve.
VIGON® EFM is a precision cleaning agent designed to remove flux residues from electronic assemblies in manual applications. VIGON® EFM is a mixture of halogen-free, organic solvents. It dries fast and residue-free. VIGON® EFM is non-corrosive and co
NanoSlic™ Gold is our top of the line spray on coating applied to our UltraSlic™ solder paste stencil, which gives previously unseen performance benefits in transfer efficiency. The NanoSlic™ Gold coating also gives the benefits of improved under-ste
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Line audits 5’s line audits RoHS line audits Screen printing machine operating S.M.T M/c Operator “Siemens” HS-60, S-27, F5HM. S.M.T Fuji, cp6, ip3, xp143 & 243 M/c Technician. Awareness of reflow profiling and verification Servicing of mobile sets a
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Sept. 2, 2009 to Present, TPM2, LEAR Corporation, MEPZ-1, Lapu-Lapu City • Provides SMT engineering support to day-to-day manufacturing operations. • Handles SMT pick-and-place machine (Fuji, CP7, CP6 and QP242 Series, Universal Genesis GI-14D). •
RoHS: Five Years Later RoHS: Five Years Later by: Dr Ronald C. Lasky; Indium Corporation of America Are electronics any "greener" than before RoHS? It is a fair question to ask. With the advent of RoHS on July 1, 2006, and more recently REACH
SMTnet Express, March 16, 2017, Subscribers: 30,295, Companies: 15,177, Users: 42,073 Best Practices for RoHS Compliance in support of CE Marking Randy Flinders; GreenSoft Technology, Inc. In 2012, The European Directive on Reduction of Hazardous
ROHS Compliance & Wood Packing Compliance ISO 9001:2015 Registered AS 9100 Registered UL Recognized SAM Registered ROHS Compliance ROHS Compliance Orion Industries Incorporated is committed to providing product which is compliant with all applicable
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