Surface-mount technology (SMT) component placement systems, commonly called pick-and-place machines or P&Ps, are robotic machines which are used to place surface-mount devices (SMDs) onto a printed circuit board (PCB). They are used for high speed, high precision placing of a broad range of electronic components, like capacitors, resistors, integrated circuits onto the PCBs which are in turn used in computers, consumer electronics as well as industrial, medical, automotive, military and telecommunications equipment.
Printed circuit board (PCB) design brings your electronic circuits to life in the physical form. Using layout software, the PCB design process combines component placement and routing to define electrical connectivity on a manufactured circuit board.
A box build, also known as systems integration, can be anything from a simple PCBA (Printed Circuit Board Assembly) housed in a small enclosure, to a cabinet housing a complex electromechanical system. Box build assembly involves everything including design, production and construction.
Specification writing (spec writing) is the skill of communication where projects are described on the basis of solutions that stand as key guides to successful workmanship. The writing is done in such a way that it provides stages and plans to be executed that will, in the end, provide a cost-effective venture.
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