On May 9th, 2006, the latest statistics from MII showed that since the beginning of this year, electronics & information industry in our country has developed swiftly. Major indexes in the first quarter were completed well with increasing ratio higher than the same period last year. And profit increase got higher than scale increase. Sales revenue realized by scaled industries in the first quarter ramped up to RMB 799.18 billion yuan, increasing by 31.4% over the same period last year.
Million Dollar Offering of Quality Surplus Equipment
New Additions Include:
Late Model Speedline Printers, Dispensers, and Ovens (Factory Tested With Warranty) Universal Radial 8 Insertion System, GSM 1&2 Pick and Place, and Other Systems Fuji CP Chipshooters, QP/IP Flexible Placers, GL Dispensers, GSP Printers, and Feeders Mydata, Quad, Contact Systems, Suzuki, and Other Flexible Placement Systems ERSA, Teamco, Soltec, and Electrovert Wave Solder Systems DEK, MPM, and SMTECH Automatic Printers Air-Vac DRS and PCBRM Rework Stations BTU, Conceptronics, Electrovert, and Nordson Vitronics Ovens Agilent, CyberOptics, Orbotech, Photon Dynamics, Omron, and MVT Inspection Westek, ECM, and Electrovert Cleaners Lead Free Hand Soldering Stations Markham and Baublys ICON Laser Marking Systems Conveyors, Fume Extractors, Chambers, Labelers, Chillers, Other Support Equipment Over 100 Pieces of Electronic Test and Measurement Equipment From Silicon Valley Fadal and Bridgeport Milling Systems And Much More. Additional Equipment Being Added Daily
BEST Instructors have put to video demonstrations of common hand soldering skills. These are not designed to be in place of live one on one training where repetitive skills and subsequent one on one feedback is given. Rather they are quick refreshers designed to be viewed if a specific skill has not been practiced in a while.
I am one of the founders of a small company doing electronics design + embedded software. Currently our prototypes are using increasingly complex smd components. When we started we mostly used atmel cpus, but now we are starting to use fpgas as well. As a result it takes much more time to finish a prototype. Also the components (like fpga chips) are getting more expensive which amounts to the costs when a mistake is made...
I am printing convention leaded paste on onto Immersion Silver board. Board has 16mil fine pitch devices. I am having a problem getting the print to stick to board. Or I am having a problem with the stencil. Never experienced this with jobs before, but this is a new job, new board and a new stencil (and new stencil house!). My question is, do you guys do anything different to your stencils when printing on Imm. Silver? Stencil house is suggesting a different metal foil besides stainless.