Plant List

Plant List

Inventory

We have some of the very latest pick and place equipment, capable of placing components from 01005 up to 100x100mm. We also have manual placement facilities for prototype and small batch quantities and vapour phase reflow.

Plant

Komax Kappa 310 Cut & Strip Machine

The Kappa 310 is an automatic, ultra-fast and reliable, wire cutting and stripping machine for high production output.

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Komax Kappa 310 Cut & Strip Machine

Cropmatic Lead Cutting Machine

Used in through-hole production, 5000 pins firmly hold all components onto a board while spring loaded, serrated cutters shear all the leads underneath to an equal length.

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Cropmatic Lead Cutting Machine

ESE US-2000X Automatic Stencil Printer with vision

The ESE US-2000X precisely aligns and supports a PCB against a laser cut stencil allowing a squeegee to evenly distribute solder paste onto the board. A vision system then inspects paste accuracy.

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ESE US-2000X Automatic Stencil Printer with vision

Essemtec Puma Fully Automatic Pick & Place

Used to place surface-mount components onto a PCB, the Puma is state of the art technology when it comes to highspeed Pick-and-Place.

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Essemtec Puma Fully Automatic Pick & Place

BLC509 Vapour Phase Reflow Oven

Offering much better control and stability over traditional reflow soldering, the BLC509’s vapour phase process heats the PCB in the vapour of boiling Galden, an inert liquid which is ideal for the wetting of lead-free alloys without risk of oxidation or damage from high temperature differences.

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BLC509 Vapour Phase Reflow Oven

CMS-400 Blundell Wave Solder Machine

Used to solder through-hole components to a PBC, the CMS-400 enables many boards to be processed in little time by passing each board over a wave of molten solder, soldering the components to the board.

CMS-400 Blundell Wave Solder Machine

Scienscope CC-HDMI-CD1 Inspection system

A high-definition microscope camera used to inspect components and joints.

Scienscope CC-HDMI-CD1 Inspection system

Vision Engineering Mantis

A powerful stereo microscope used to inspect circuit boards.

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Vision Engineering Mantis

Fritsch LM901 Manual Pick & Place System

Used for prototyping, small-series production or placement of components not suitable for automatic pick-and-place machines. The LM901 allows for fatigue free, accurate work due to its smooth-running assembly.

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Fritsch LM901 Manual Pick & Place System

Various Component Forming, Stripping and Crimping Machines

Various Component Forming, Stripping and Crimping Machines
Various Component Forming, Stripping and Crimping Machines

Pace & Ersa Soldering Irons & Re-work stations

Pace & Ersa Soldering Irons & Re-work stations
Pace & Ersa Soldering Irons & Re-work stations

Pillarhouse Jade MKII Selective Soldering System

Meets the needs of the small/medium batch manufacturer who requires high levels of production flexibility, the Jade MKll entry-level system offers uncompromised selective soldering quality. The Jade MKII is a hand load system, incorporating a universally adjustable tooling carrier capable of accommodating PCB’s or pallets up to 457 x 508mm. The patented Drop-Jet design fluxer offers quick and effective flushing of the pressurised flux chamber. This helps to keep maintenance levels to a minimum whilst enabling use of higher solid content fluxes as well as water-soluble fluxes.

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Pillarhouse Jade MKII Selective Soldering System

Quins Pro UV

The Quins Pro UV allows for simple, fully automatic, and traceable visual inspections using placement data. Quins Pro UV also allows for the inspection of conformal coatings revealing thin or uncoated areas.

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Quins Pro UV

Full Development Life Cycle

Preliminary design, schematic diagram, PCB layout, prototype, test and program, enclosure design, certification, final BOM and on-going support throughout product lifecycle, which can include return to base warranty.

Design

When developing a new electronic hardware product you should first start with a preliminary production design.

Build

Build Proof-of-Concept (POC) prototype.

Testing

Evaluate the prototype of the electronics. Identify, debug and fix any issues with your prototype.

Support

Ongoing support to ensure customer satisfaction.