The new Quick Circuit Model 3000 offers a cost effective alternative to rapid prototyping machines available in the market.
Featuring a compact design, the Quick Circuit 3000 PCB prototyping machines are available at an affordable price that makes them ideal for the educational segment as well as the international market. The compact space-saving design allows this model to be more versatile than previous Quick Circuit versions.
The Quick Circuit 3000 rapid prototyping machine is commonly used for education, power supplies, analogue circuits, low speed digital applications, interface PCBs and engraving signs.
While maintaining its precision and accuracy, the Quick Circuit 3000 is an efficient product for mastering smaller boards and materials. The integrated controller is a first for the Quick Circuit product line.
Quick Circuit Model 3000 prototyping systems come with software-prompted manual tool change, 17mm Z-axis aperture, 8-24,000 rpm electronically commutated brushless spindle, a solenoid-driven Z-axis, and a pneumatic Z-axis for improved settability and consistency.
Quick Circuit Model 3000 is supplied with cables, ten assorted tools, IsoPro software and manuals, plus one piece copper laminate and backup material.
Quick Circuit PCB prototyping systems are made in the USA by T-Tech, Inc, represented for over 20 years by Satcam in Australia. Ranging from the entry level Model 3000 to the top-of-range QCJ5, the Quick Circuit PCB milling systems allow users to make their own circuit boards quickly and accurately without chemicals, using mechanical machining processes. The PCB prototyping systems are also suitable for producing enclosures, panels, engraved labels, signs and solder paste shims.
All Quick Circuit systems include a fully-featured licence to IsoPro, a powerful Gerber file editing software. Through-hole connectivity can be provided by Quick Plate, QuickPlate2 or thru-hole kits. Customers also have access to a Sydney-based stock of carbide drills, milling tools, consumables and spare parts.