Production Solutions Inc., manufacturer of the industry-leading Red-E-Set Board Support System, will exhibit the new RED-E-SET SZ GO!, in Booth #1400 at the upcoming IPC APEX Expo, scheduled to take place February 28 - March 1, 2012 at the San Diego Convention Center in California.
Production Solutions’ GO! is a cost-effective board support tooling solution designed for applications that do not require rigid fixed height support. Utilizing Production Solutions’ patent pending revolutionary design, the GO! is a hands and tool-free support that requires no setup and eliminates board sag, component damage and board bounce. Once implemented, the GO! will dramatically improve quality and reduce changeover time.
The RED-E-SET SZ Center Support provides next-generation self-adjusting automatic board support, ideal for pick-and-place users that want to eliminate setup completely. Requiring no tools or machine modification, the SZ is delivered from the factory ready to install in minutes. The tooling simply lifts out for easy removal or maintenance.
When combined, the RED-E-SET SZ Center Support and RED-E-SET GO! will increase machine utilization and uptime while reducing labor costs associated with board setup. With the addition of the SZ GO!, the RED-E-SET product line now offers three different levels of support tooling from the GO! to the mid-range ML Manual Lock, to the fully automatic AS AutoSet.
All of the RED-E-SET products are proven to reduce changeover times, improve quality, eliminate component damage, and increase revenue once implemented on any screen printer, pick-and-place, chip shooter or dispensing machine.
For more information about Production Solutions’ new RED-E-SET SZ GO!, visit www.production-solutions.com.
Established in 1998 as an engineering, design and manufacturing company, Production Solutions, Inc. is located in Poway, California north of San Diego. The focus of the company’s development projects has been on improving the methods of assembly of printed circuit boards. In 2000, the first product introduced was the Red-E-Set board support system for semi-automatic screen printers. Well received by the market, PSI introduced the inline version in 2001.