Electronex 2016 is behind us and a great time was had by all that attended. Below are some pics from the show, including a few from our first networking dinner promoting ‘innovation and collaboration’ within the electronics design and manufacturing industry. The dinner was held in collaboration with our design partners Amatek Design and was complemented by our two guest speakers Cathy Foley, Deputy and Science Director of CSIRO Manufacturing and Medhat Wassef, President of AIDN NSW (Australian Industry and Defence Network).
Squeaky clean PCB’s, here we come!
Hetech recently received the ultimate in PCB cleaning, the KOLB PSB600. This little beauty is a high-volume batch cleaner for assembled PCB’s, helping to maximise the service life of printed circuit assemblies (PCA’s).
What does this mean for you?
Faster Project Turnaround – Every minute counts in manufacturing and every aspect of the manufacturing process adds time. The faster we can clean your boards, the faster we can deliver your product; moving your product to market faster.
Reduced Costs – A PCB Cleaning machine requires less labour and time (another words money). We can pass the savings onto you.
High Quality Clean – The PCB Cleaning machine will deliver a perfect clean every time. No hidden missed spots or human error to worry about.
KOLB is German engineering at its finest, with the stencil and board cleaners used in conjunction with specialised cleaning detergents, our customers will be getting PCA’s of industry best practice standard. Our production team were super excited at the arrival of the cleaning system and couldn’t wait to put it to work.
If your manufacturing project requires PCB Cleaning, Hetech has the perfect solution.
More machinery news: Pick and Place machine officially in house
Now in its 25th year, Hetech has grown from humble beginnings as a business of three to a company of thirty. Due to the company’s significant growth in recent years, Hetech was selected to become members of Queensland Leaders. Continue…
In March we welcomed some very special visitors to Hetech HQ! Twenty-six engineering students from Singapore were our guests for the morning as we walked them through facility and processes.