BESTProto Announces the Addition of Solder Paste Jetter


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BESTProto Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition and installation of a new Mycronic MY-600 solder paste printer to support its (3) lines.

The new MY-600 will assist BESTProto in assembling complex low volume and prototype electronic assemblies. It reduces the design and lead time associated due to stencil fabrication. The main advantage to BESTProto customers is the consistent solder paste depositions of the jetter-especially when it comes to ultraminiature components as well as when there are components requiring both large areas of solder paste deposition along with micro areas of paste application.

This capability, along with its recently-added 3rd assembly line, will add to the capabilities of BESTProto to absorb more work from both existing and new clientele.

“Our customers continue to challenge our technological capabilities, and this is another investment along those lines to better serve existing and new customers. We have been fortunate to have the confidence as a business to make this new investment.” Garth Cate, business development manager at BESTProto Inc stated.

The equipment started producing prototypes and small volume complex builds in the second half of August 2019.  

About BESTProto Iinc.

Headquartered in South Elgin, Illinois BESTProto specializes in EMS services in the prototype and small volume build arena. BESTProto services military, medical, industrial and complex communications markets and ISO 9001 and ITAR registered as well as being NIST compliant.

For more information visit www.bestproto.net.

 

 

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