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Board assembling

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 28 15:59:43 EDT 2000 | Tom Humphrey

Can any one give me a list or recommendations of board assembler / manufacturers (Southeast U.S. prefered) who could handle assembly of 2 inch x2 inch PWB with 100+ surface mount components. No testing required. I would appreciate any help or recomen

Attenna assembly for RF board

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 29 15:39:04 EST 1999 | Chris Jackson

I have a recent design (1 component side only) that calls for 2 surface mounted antenna's (brass plated) to be mounted on a PCB. The problem arises when the PCB is 18x11.25 and has 15 to 20 PCB's in the pallet (IE weight, fixturing to hold the anten

Re: Attenna assembly for RF board

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 31 14:03:41 EST 1999 | Dean

| I have a recent design (1 component side only) that calls for 2 surface mounted antenna's (brass plated) to be mounted on a PCB. The problem arises when the PCB is 18x11.25 and has 15 to 20 PCB's in the pallet (IE weight, fixturing to hold the ant

Re: Attenna assembly for RF board

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 02 10:18:56 EST 1999 | Justin Medernach

| I have a recent design (1 component side only) that calls for 2 surface mounted antenna's (brass plated) to be mounted on a PCB. The problem arises when the PCB is 18x11.25 and has 15 to 20 PCB's in the pallet (IE weight, fixturing to hold the ant

Re: Attenna assembly for RF board

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 16 13:57:50 EST 1999 | Ron Beasley

| | I have a recent design (1 component side only) that calls for 2 surface mounted antenna's (brass plated) to be mounted on a PCB. The problem arises when the PCB is 18x11.25 and has 15 to 20 PCB's in the pallet (IE weight, fixturing to hold the a

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