Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 05 20:21:16 EDT 2004 | marcowong
Dear Jason, No. we are located in Penang, Malaysia. We have 1 SMT line, 30,000 sqft of built up area and people and we are looking at business join venture with someone who has a some facilities and wants to utilise our what we have.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 06 10:44:59 EST 1999 | LD
Better Be Right Or Your Great Big Venture Goes Wrong
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 05 15:47:22 EDT 2004 | jasont
are you in China? near Suzhou? we have set-up CM facility in Suzhou
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 12:50:28 EST 2008 | realchunks
OK, I'll venture to ask..... why not use a reflow oven. Not as cool as lasers, but just as effective.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 05 17:16:52 EDT 2016 | sudhir275
Are there any companies looking for take over/Joint Venture with any of the Electronics company in India?
Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 31 00:57:49 EST 2004 | Eric
Hi, Do you have any office in Shanghai. If yes, could you arrange someone to have an appointment with me and present the machine to me. You can reach me at (86) 13764304372. My email address :- email@example.com
Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 31 00:59:59 EST 2004 | Eric
Hi, Do you have any office in Shanghai. If yes, appreciate you could get someone to present the machine to me. You can reach me at (86) 13764304372. My email address :- firstname.lastname@example.org
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 26 10:29:14 EST 2004 | jdumont
Id also like to know how this is possible. I am skeptical and would venture to say that it only looks clean but actually is not. Hopefully I am wrong and tests show there is actually no residue so we can save lots of $$$ here. Thanks
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 20:53:20 EST 2004 | marcowong
If you are an existing PCBA house and looking for ways to reduce your overheads and maintain cost competitiveness. We are able to help and team up to do something. We are able to provide man power, factory facilities and space except machines and act
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 21 05:20:12 EDT 2005 | Rob
Hi Jessie, Wrong market - we print solder (or glue) onto boards in 3D, then place components into it, then put it through a very hot oven, for it to liquify, then solidify, fixing the components to the board. Good luck with your venture, Rob.