Solder Connection

Solutions in Soldering Technology


Process Specific Tooling

Using constraint based design methodologies, fixtures and tooling can be designed and manufactured to work in many different areas of electronic assembly, taking into account budgetary restrictions, material requirements, processing temperatures, operator ergonomics and general ease of use.

Initial designs are supplied quickly and once approved will be manufactured within your time scales at a reasonable cost.

If you have a specific application you require tooling for please contact us here to discuss your requirements.


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Previous Specialised Designs include:

  • Tape/MultiTape Alignment Jig
  • BGA Removal Pallet
  • Mictor Connector Removal pallet and clip tool
  • Screw Checking Jig
  • Turnover Fixtures
  • Pin Straightening Jig
  • Component Cropping
  • Heat Pen Clamp and Board Holder
  • Metalwork Assembly and Checking Jig
  • Conformal Coating Carrier
  • Connector Dispenser
  • Pneumatic Clinch
  • FIFO Paste Dispenser

 

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"Solder Connection are fully conversant with the needs of the industrial electronics assembler... We can now acquire perfect tooling by producing a concept drawing with Gerbers or DXFs... Drawings are completed in hours... Finished fixtures are only ever a few days away'"

G H, Chemigraphic

 

"'Excellent understanding of our process, a prompt quotation and proposed tooling drawing for review within hours… the speedy turn round time enables us to meet our already small cycle time. ' "

L H, Esprit

 

"'From the beginning we have had a very positive experience ... Competitive with their pricing ... excellent customer service and an equally impressive delivery record.' "

E W, Theo Benning

 

"'Design service is excellent, with very good communication from initial enquiry right through the process ... Pricing is very competitive and the quality of tooling received always meets our expectations. ' "

P B, TT Electronics