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Entry level turn key system

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 27 15:37:05 EDT 2013 | tuxlab

We are thinking of getting a small pcb assembly setup for a small manufacturing co-op here in Los Angeles. Our experience consist of manual soldering of through hole and smt components. A quick search suggests that there are a few turn key opt

Carbon Ink vs Immersion Gold for key pads.

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 15:56:25 EDT 2006 | Board House

Hi Patrick, Thank you for the info, We like to push ENIG, for us being the ENIG line is in house it is cheaper to use than the carbon, plus shelf life of the Carbon is an issue in Storage. Pre-application. Thanks again, Mike

Converting 8040 Turn conveyor to LEFT turn

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 16 10:52:19 EST 2008 | kbhatia

R SMT line flow to a R->L flow after the 90 degree turn. We have some equipment that is R->L and wish to interface to the end of this line. So the flow is oven (with enough air blowers that the 8040 is cool) -> 8040 turnstyle to move LEFT (technicall

High output line advice

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 20 21:19:54 EST 2007 | vshan

Hi Mario Good Day!!! in this market you can get machine which suits your capacity but the key points are 1) do you have engineers in the line working together with maintenance group as well as with machine operators. 2) do you have standby spare par

Compressor air line material

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 26 10:41:32 EDT 2007 | slthomas

We had a cooler fail once, before we had any SMT. Auto-insert was at the far end of the building, at the end of the compressed air line. When the Unimod (dip inserter) sprayed the operator with water when the pneumatic table rotation motor fired up

Standarts in production line

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 22 06:03:55 EST 2005 | Base

Try the IPC-254x CAMX standards (webstds.ipc.org, no www prefix!). They define a set of generic and process-specific XML messages for equipment to send out all sorts of process-related events. I know there are standardized messages for print, dispens

New SMT line introduction

Electronics Forum | Thu May 18 07:37:06 EDT 2017 | stephendo

I have just been asked to project manage the > introduction of new production line within my > organisation . This normally wouldn't be a > problem but I have very little experience on smt > manufacturing. I guess the hard part is done as > all

What's the best company for low volume, quick turn around PCB assembly?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 08 03:56:38 EST 2016 | a290668789

there is no best company just the company best for you. E.g. I use PCBgogo(www.pcbgogo.com/b), they make PCB and also do PCBA, but they don't buy components for me. I don't like this at first and I prefer turn-key service, but why I still choose them

What's the best company for low volume, quick turn around PCB assembly?

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 02 10:43:13 EST 2015 | dyoungquist

As for cost, that will depend on several things.... -Turn key or consignment? -Diversity of components? -Total quantity of components to be loaded? -Single or double sided SMT? -Individual boards or are they panelized? -No clean or water soluble flu

What's the best company for low volume, quick turn around PCB assembly?

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 02 07:56:23 EST 2015 | emeto

this is very touchy.There are many CPMs out there. Which one is the best for you though is what you should figure out. I think your boards density, quantities and variety assemblies will define that. One of our customers has around 1000 different ass

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