Episode 5 — Southern Manufacturing Show, Design Tips (PCB Breakouts) &
Cogent Investments
In this episode;
Laura Robson from Anglia Circuits talks about their bare PCB business
and working with Cogent Technology
Nigel has news of some significant investment in Cogent’s SMT line
bringing more speed, accuracy, capacity and a separate NPI line. The
addition of a Mydata MY200DX10 and upgrades to existing g MY100 and MY9
machines is supported by a new BTU Pyramax P100 oven and DCB automation
Ultravision AOI is really moving cogent Technology’s capability forward
in surface mount pick and place.
Further parallel investment is occurring with the introduction of
robotised conformal coating application using a new PVA650.
Robert talks about the Southern Manufacturing show at Farnborough and
reflects on the role of manufacturing as Britain sees growth in it’s
Michael Charlesworth has a snappy design for manufacture tip on PCB
Panelisation and break outs to help you decide if V scoring or routing
is the best option for you. He then discusses the pros and cons of
standard or inboard pips.
At the Southern Manufacturing show, on our stand F73, we ran a
competition to win an Ipad Mini. The winner is revealed in this episode.


American Standard Circuits to demonstrate at Montreal/Pointe-Claire and Markham EPTECH Shows

American Standard Circuits has revealed that it will be exhibiting this year at both the Montreal/Pointe-Claire and Markham EPTECH (Electronics Items and Technology) exhibitions.

The Montreal/Pointe-Claire show is going to be organized on April 25th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Holiday Inn & Suites in Pointe-Claire. The Markham show will be organized two days later on April 27th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Le Parc in Thornhill, Ontario.

“As this year’s exhibition circuit begins, we’re very fired up to let everyone know about all the brand new products and technologies we need to discuss. In the past year, we have spent lots of time and expense on boosting our facility in West Chicago and exhibiting at events, including the EPTECH shows, gives us the opportunity to talk with our clients nose to nose about these enhancements. This year we’re in particular excited about talking with these firms regarding our new downloadable micro eBook, The Circuit Board Designer’s Help guide to Flex and Rigid-Flex Principles,” said American Standard Circuits CEO, Anaya Vardya.


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