Productions Solutions Introduces Two New Universal Part Holders at ATX West
The RED-E-SET UPH is designed for applications where custom molding, tooling or fixturing is required, such as in printing, packaging, engraving, electronic assembly and machining. The UPH is a high-density pin array that conforms and locks to the shape of the part and remains until a different part is introduced. It eliminates expensive, time consuming inventory management and manufacturing of custom molds and fixtures. Setup and changeover is completed in seconds, ensuring maximum uptime of equipment and improved productivity and quality.
The new GoPad PCB Rework/Repair Board Holder is an adjustable circuit board holder designed to aid in holding and supporting a circuit board during rework and repair. The GoPad is especially beneficial for thin, flexible or highly routed boards.
Additionally, company representatives will demonstrate the RED-E-SET GO!, HD, ML and SZ as well as the complete RED-E-SET product line. With the addition of the UPH and GoPad, the RED-E-SET product line now offers a full range of support tooling, from the GO! to the mid-range ML Manual Lock, to the fully automatic AS AutoSet.
All of the RED-E-SET products are proven to reduce changeover times, improve quality, eliminate product damage, and increase revenue once implemented.
For more information about Production Solutions, visit www.RedESet.com
Established in 1998 as an engineering, design and manufacturing company, Production Solutions, Inc. is located in Poway, California north of San Diego. The focus of the company's development projects has been on improving the methods of assembly of printed circuit boards. In 2000, the first product introduced was the Red-E-Set board support system for semi-automatic screen printers. Well received by the market, PSI introduced the inline version in 2001. For more information, visit www.production-solutions.com.
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