RPS to Display Selective Soldering Line at the 2014 SMTA International Exhibition
RPS Automation, LLC
3808 N. Sullivan Road
Spokane Valley, WA, 99216
Press release date: August 13, 2014
SPOKANE VALLEY, WA — RPS Automation LLC., a manufacturer of automated precision soldering equipment for electronics assembly and manufacturing, has made plans to display the FRX10 Selective Soldering System at the 2014 SMTA International Exhibition. This unit will introduce exhibition attendees to the innovative simplicity of the systems and solutions offered by RPS Automation.
RPS Selective Soldering Systems are highlighted by their ability to flux and solder a high mix of changing and often complex assembly requirements, representing years of engineering refinement and innovation to provide an unrivaled performance-to-price value proposition.
The FRX10 is a powerful system in a small package — an excellent choice for high mix selective soldering production, specifically designed for prototyping and low volume production needs. The system is offered at an affordable price point to enable multi-line, multi-system deployments. Designed for flexibility and precision, the FRX10 achieves RPS' well-known performance criteria.
"We are excited to add the FRX10 to our economy line of machines," states Reid Henry, Executive VP. "As electronics manufacturing continues to grow in the US market, many low volume manufacturers are looking for ways to automate their process without the high cost of conventional systems. The FRX10 is a perfect solution."
To learn more, please visit www.rpsautomation.com or contact Kelsey Solberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RPS Automation is a manufacturer of automated selective soldering, lead tinning, and component test equipment for electronics and component manufacturing, assembly, and distribution. RPS has been advancing automated lead finish and soldering technology for defense, aerospace, automotive, contract manufacturers and micro-electronics component manufacturers for over 20 years. RPS products are designed and manufactured in the USA.