Manncorp Installs SMT Turnkey Line at Oven Industries, Leading Manufacturer of Temperature Sensors & Controls


Recognizing the opportunity to exercise greater control of product quality and time to market, Oven Industries Inc. has joined the growing number of OEMs taking PCB assembly in-house. The company, in Mechanicsburg, PA, recently acquired a Manncorp turnkey line to assemble the circuit boards for its numerous products used in temperature monitoring, sensing and control. A sister company that also uses the line builds small vacuum ovens found in leading edge medical equipment.

Oven Industries' turnkey equipment includes Manncorp's MC-1400 automatic stencil printer, the MC Series dual-head 7,000 cph pick and place, CR5000F 5-zone lead-free reflow oven, and CT series inspection conveyor. These machines populate approximately 50 different board types with an average of 80 components. "That throughput number," according to Sales & Marketing Manager Richard Goodhart, "has been increasing almost daily. That's why we wanted a pick and place with plenty of flexibility and feeder space. The MC gives exactly what we need. It also helped us attain international quality control recognition with certification from AS/EN/JISQ9100 - Revision B and ISO 9001:2008.

Goodhart stated that Manncorp came into the picture after his company looked into used equipment. "They proved that we could own their line for less than pre-owned. What's more, their tech even trained our people to run it without new hires."

Manncorp offers pick-and-place machines, stencil printers, reflow ovens, wave solder machines, turnkey systems, solder pastes, board cleaners, desiccant cabinets, rework systems and more. Accessing manncorp.com is an informational experience. Not only are full details and specifications provided for the 150+ products, but prices are also attainable within seconds after minimal contact information is provided.

Subject: New turnkey Line Installation

Contact: Mike Schwartz

mschwartz@manncorp.com

800.pik.mann (745.6266)

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