AQS, Inc. Improves Selective Solder Capability


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AQS, Inc., a state-of-the-art EMS provider located in Silicon Valley, is pleased to announce that it has purchased a Novo® 103 Selective Soldering platform from SELECT Products, part of Nordson ELECTRONICS SOLUTIONS.

Bruce Lee, VP of Operations, commented, “AQS’ HQ in Fremont, Silicon Valley is a hands-on showcase of our broad range of world-class capabilities. We’re working with customers who bring us innovative new product ideas. We help bring those ideas into production with a best in cost, best in quality solution in the right market window.”

The Novo® 103 is a robust selective soldering platform delivering an exceptional combination of versatility, productivity and value. The system has many unique features, including high speed Z-axis motion for faster processing time and reduced soldering cycle.

With the purchase, AQS can perform selective soldering of printed circuit boards as large as 610 x 457 mm (24.0 x 18.0 in.) The standalone platform is ideal for prototype, cell manufacturing or batch production requirements.

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