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Update from the Floor: Introducing Selective Solder Technology

Faster and Better. We’ve taken another big step forward.

At the beginning of this month, we introduced a new technology onto our Denver facility floor: The Ersa SMARTFLOW 2020 Selective Solder System. This piece of equipment has been on our wish list for quite some time, and we’re excited to announce that it’s finally in operation!

Increasing Productivity

With the new selective solder system in place, our team can move jobs quicker through production, and complete manually challenging soldering steps with ease and precision. Our new machine features touch-screen technology and CAD-assist, making it easy to guide and operate. By decreasing the burden of manual soldering, our team can focus on maintaining and improving the processes that move jobs through the floor the quickest, while eliminating the need for rework. Our goal is to offer our customers the best PCB prototype experience possible. The better our technology and the more efficient our workflows, the sooner we can deliver high-quality, high-complexity boards to customers who need them when they need them.

Investing in Better Tech

SlingShot Assembly is changing how engineers and their companies think about prototype PCB projects. Tapping into the power of the industry’s best software and automated assembly equipment, SlingShot completes high quality, full turn-key PCB assemblies in as little as 72 hours.

Investing in technology that will accelerate our capacity to meet growing customer needs and free up our production team from time-consuming manual tasks, is essential to who we are and where we’re going. We aim to be the best PCB prototype and production partner for all of our customers, regardless of job size, turnaround requirements, or complexity.

Customers can quote and order projects online in minutes or, if they prefer, work through a dedicated service and engineering team to quote and place orders. SlingShot’s engineering team runs each order through the industry’s leading Design for Assembly (DFA) software to address design issues preassembly saving time and money and often eliminating entire prototype revisions.

Curious to know more about how our new selective solder machine works? Check out this video!

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