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Assembly of printed circuit boards by Amiga Electronics

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Amiga Electronics  specialises in providing printed circuit board assembly and electromechanical assembly services. Amiga Electronics also offers complete electronic manufacturing services. This company was established in 2001. Amiga Electronics is a one stop shop specifically suited for electronic manufacturing needs. Amiga Electronics also provides components of printed circuit boards as well as offers assistance in product design.

Blank printed circuit boards provided by Amiga Electronics are available with board thicknesses ranging from 0.4 millimetres to about four millimetres. These blank printed circuit boards have been plated with Immersion Tin, Immersion Silver, Flash Gold as well as Immersion Gold. Amiga Electronics also specialises in the manufacture of Digital LED Displays.

Manufacturing solutions provided by Amiga Electronics include printed circuit boards assembly, loading of files into micro controllers; perform product testing, packaging products as well as despatch. Comprehensive range of services provided by Amiga Electronics includes wave soldering, hand soldering, product design and manufacture of custom cables. Wave soldering process offered by Amiga Electronics is mainly used for soldering hole components as well as SMD components.

Wave solderer process provided by Amiga Electronics follows a systematic methodology. This process starts by setting the calculated parameters that is followed by placing printed circuit boards onto a carrier. It is then loaded onto the rails of the wave solderer followed by transportation of the carrier onto the machine with the aid of conveyor.

Printed circuit boards are passed over a flux tank that is aerated and thereby coats the bottom of these circuit boards. These circuit boards are then passed over a preheated are finally pushed through the solder wave.

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