This NASA case study was originally published in Tech Briefs. It was written by Joshua Forgione, Electronics Engineer, NASA Ames Research Center. Carl Sorenson, Sensor Engineer, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center also contributed to this article.
If you haven’t taken our 360 facility tour yet, let us introduce the Juki Pick-and-Place PCB assembly machines we use to pick and place components… In case the name wasn’t clear enough.
When you choose PCB assembly with Sierra, you choose to avoid the stress, delays, and hassle that come with dealing with multiple vendors. This is why we are a one-stop shop offering you a single point of support. This makes you save time and money. Let’s take a look at our component service.
Sierra Circuits does not only provide manufacturing services, we also do PCB assembly. We became a one-stop full turnkey shop to offer our customers quality with no hassle and no delays. Choosing a manufacturer that can both manufacture and assemble your boards will make you save time and money. And stress. What else?
After learning about Sierra’s thermal profiling for assembly, we are now going to tell you about the equipment that we use to make sure that your boards are properly assembled. Watch this one-minute video that introduces the capabilities of our DAGE 3D X-ray machines.
Sierra Circuits is a one-stop PCB shop: we handle the layout design part, we manufacture and even assemble your printed circuit boards. As experts in the industry, we also care about your PCB knowledge. Today, we are going to talk thermal profiling.
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