ETC Announces Remote Controlled Mini Cooper S Winner


Reading time ( words)

Mark A. Martin Jr., assistant engineering manager at BEI Electronics LLC, is the winner of the Remote Controlled Mini Cooper S offered by Electronic Technology Corp. (ETC). His business card was drawn at random at the end of the SMTAI 2016 Conference and Exhibition in Rosemont, Illinois.

ETC is the North American agent for SpectrumSMT, which provides feeders, nozzles, parts, and feeder calibration services as well as machine sourcing and installation.

BEI is a full-service EMS provider, with a proven record of producing high quality electronic and electrical products for a wide array of applications. BEI offers quality focused cradle-to-grave support to keep assembly costs competitive.  

ETC is a well-known consulting firm supplying new and used equipment to the SMT electronics manufacturing industry. ETC is also a manufacturers' representative dedicated to providing customers with the most technologically advanced electronic production equipment, materials and technology from suppliers worldwide.

About Electronic Technology Corporation

For more than 32 years, ETC has specialized in quality technology products and services that keep their customers ‘connected’. ETC has Field Service Engineers available for nearly every SMT discipline, and can also service SMT business needs, and is headquartered in St. Charles, Illinois, just west of Chicago, strategically located in the center of the country to conveniently serve their customers  clients effectively and efficiently from coast to coast.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

IPC APEX EXPO 2020 Attendees Speak: Victor Mendez

02/28/2020 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
"I’ve seen a lot of new technology that could solve a lot of problems regarding handling and manual soldering," said Victor Mendez of Sigmatron International.

Discover the Benefits of a Technology Center

10/23/2019 | Barry Matties, I-Connect007
Nico Fahrner, application engineer at Rehm Thermal Systems, talks with Barry Matties about the benefits prospective customers get from being able to fully test their systems in-line at Rehm’s technology centers before purchasing.

Solder Mask Evolves into a Truly Additive Process

09/09/2019 | John Fix, Taiyo America Inc.
The 5G era is creating quite a bit of work for many PCB engineers as the materials required to keep up with the speed, frequency, and latency requirements need to be defined and qualified. Solder mask, for example, now becomes a truly additive process. Read on to find out how and why.



Copyright © 2020 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.