While the world, including us, keeps showing-off about PCBs, we tend not to talk about PCB components because they are quite complex. Today, we thought we could explore complex topics while trying to have fun. So, let’s start with surface mount technology (SMT).
If you are searching for flying probe tester that describes you as a person completely into PCBs. And this is hotstuff for you. And if you think I will complicate this, that’s because it is. But do not worry as we have got you covered. We have almost everything, the what, the whys, and the hows of a flying probe tester discussed in this article. Before we can understand what precisely a flying probe tester is, we need to understand what makes it so complicated. It’s us, our way of taking it down.
Sending rockets to space is not science fiction anymore. In a few years, we will even all pack our bags to go to Mars on vacay with Elon. You still need the best printed circuit boards to make it up there in one piece, though.
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.
Thanks to some VR magic, you can now tour Sierra Circuits from YouTube. Our brand new 360 video will take you to our Sunnyvale, CA facilities just like you were there for real.