This month, Bittele Electronics, an electronic contract manufacturer with an expertise in prototype and low volume printed circuit board assembly, assisted 3 of Waterloo 4th year engineering students pursuing Mechatronics Engineering Program in their 4th year design project for building an Automated Laparoscopic Suturing Tool. (http://roboticsuturing.ca/project.html)
Bittele sponsored this young group of scholars with the custom Printed circuit boards which were required for accomplishment of that design project. Brock Kopp and the team members had appreciated Bittele Electronics for their special contribution.
Bittele Electronics marketing co-ordinator, Ege Borluoglu said: “Our intention is to provide potential circuit board services for students, various group and associations through different ways of support so as to enable to meet the goals of our future engineers. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any upcoming apprentice project and we’ll find the ways to help.”
Since 2003, Bittele Electronics has consistently developed themselves to offer low volume ECM (electronic contract manufacturing) and turnkey printed circuit board (PCB) assembly services in North York, ON. They have trained experts to offer most appropriate solutions for design for manufacture (DFM) problems. For additional details, please visit http://www.7pcb.ca