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Denis

#36586

SMT Assembly | 9 September, 2005

Hello, I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this. I am looking for a place that would do surface mounting for me. I have the PCB already made and I have the SMT chip. I have tried soldering it with a solder gun, but I think I burnt out the chip. Are there any places or people that could put the two togethere for me? I would of course pay to get it done. I only need two parts put together.

Denis.

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#36588

SMT Assembly | 9 September, 2005

Any contract manufacturer could assist you. Where are you located?

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#36594

SMT Assembly | 9 September, 2005

If there is a small place near you, they might even put one IC on a board at no cost. I've worked for a couple of contract manufacturers and both have done a couple jobs so small I can't see charging the person for. It would probably cost more in administrative costs than we could have charged. In any case let us know where you are located.

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#36596

SMT Assembly | 9 September, 2005

Don't tell anyone, but this is how all the big boys really make their SMT boards:

http://www.seattlerobotics.org/encoder/200006/oven_art.htm

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Denis

#36604

SMT Assembly | 11 September, 2005

I am located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Is there a place near here? Where are you guys from?

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Proy

#36764

SMT Assembly | 21 September, 2005

I'll put them down for you Peter Roy Broy Engineering Ltd Toronto (Etobicoke) 800-551-8393

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Denis

#37152

SMT Assembly | 14 October, 2005

Hi, I think I'll try to do it on my own. There's a company here that does this stuff, called Car-San, but the want to charge me $100 Canadian to do one chip on one board. Min order, I guess. I think they were just trying to shoe me away. So, I bought some paste and I will try it tonight with a frying pan.

Thanks anyway for the offer.

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#37324

SMT Assembly | 26 October, 2005

USE SIPAD ssd. 195.00 gets you 1-5 boards.

www.sipad.com

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#37328

SMT Assembly | 26 October, 2005

$100.00 is too much for the hobbyist who started the thread. $195.00 is a better option? And that $100.00 was no doubt CAD and the $195.00 is USD.

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