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We are now building 48 inch (1200mm) SMT assemblies.

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 29 08:26:32 EDT 2016 | proceng1

What info on the process would you like to know?

We are now building 48 inch (1200mm) SMT assemblies.

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 07 12:40:34 EDT 2016 | sumote

Thank you! Very nicely done.

How much it costs to building a PCB factory?

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 22 18:59:35 EST 2017 | jimmyboz

Obvious garbage, no location for this fanciful "factory" has even been specified.

How much it costs to building a PCB factory?

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 02 14:05:19 EST 2017 | horchak

$100 to $100,000,000

How much it costs to building a PCB factory?

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 05 03:54:06 EST 2017 | rezaee

Hi If I want to build this board :( http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/ima...-Schematic.pdf ) in large number, I like to know: 1-What should be the minimum level(number) of production? 2-How much it costs to buy the PCB product line for that purpose(Mu

Information on spec on building a SMT area?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 02 22:23:27 EDT 2008 | davef

ANSI-J-STD-001: * Temperature and Humidity * Lighting * Maximum noise limit * Eating, drinking, and using tobacco products in the workarea ANSI/ESD S20-20-1999, Table 1- ESD Control Program

We are now building 48 inch (1200mm) SMT assemblies.

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 23 09:26:34 EST 2016 | tombstonesmt

Good to hear! Never dealt with an assembly that large. 24" is the longest we've built. One issue we encountered was bowing due to the vacuum seal being too tight. Bowing caused transfer issues between conveyors and equipment. -TSS

We are now building 48 inch (1200mm) SMT assemblies.

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 28 17:00:28 EDT 2016 | thejedeye

That is a large board, maybe some supports to help with bow. http://www.nozzleforled.info/ezload-pcb-support-modules.html

We are now building 48 inch (1200mm) SMT assemblies.

Electronics Forum | Thu May 19 15:59:37 EDT 2016 | mmjm_1099

Curiosity is killing me... What printer and pick n place machines are you using?

We are now building 48 inch (1200mm) SMT assemblies.

Electronics Forum | Fri May 20 07:17:42 EDT 2016 | proceng1

A modified Samsung SM482 and a heavily modified tabletop printer.

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