Manncorp has installed an SMT equipment line at American Competitive Institute that is being used for both actual PCB assembly in-house and as a training facility for ACI's "Boot Camp" teaching programs. The line utilizes Manncorp's popular automated turnkey, now known as the "ACI Best Seller."
This line was chosen for its flexibility in performing high-mix assembly with long or short run capability. The equipment package includes the dual-head, conveyorized MS392 pick and place with speed of 5,500 cph and ability to mount SMDs down to 01005 and connectors up to 150 x 100mm. Also included is the MC-1400 automatic stencil printer; the lead-free CR5000F convection reflow with KIC Auto Focus Power software, and the CT-90L inline inspection conveyor. The line is priced at $139,995 complete. For details, access ACI Best Seller.
"Our turnkey line is being fully utilized by ACI to train personnel of their client companies in advanced SMT assembly technique. It will also allow our techs to demo our equipment in face-to-face meetings with prospects and customers - who will build their proprietary boards in real time," stated CEO Henry Mann. He reports that the ACI Best Seller line is also being shown at Manncorp's San Diego location, 888.PIK.MANN (745.6266).
ACI's 10,000-square-foot facility adjacent to Philadelphia's International Airport is dedicated to the advancement of the electronics industry, as well as research and development of various electronic manufacturing methods and materials. ACI is associated with the US Navy's Electronics Manufacturing Productivity Facility (EMPF).
For more information, call 800.PIK MANN (745.6266) or e-mail [email protected].
Manncorp products include pick-and-place machines, stencil printers, reflow ovens, wave solder machines, rework equipment, board cleaners, desiccant cabinets, solder pastes and more. Accessing www.manncorp.com is an informational experience. Not only are full details and specifications provided for the 150+ products, but prices are also attainable within five seconds after minimal contact information is provided.
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