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Kodiak Assembly Solutions Now ITAR CompliantSeptember 14, 2021 | Kodiak Assembly Solutions
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Kodiak Assembly Solutions LLLP, a leading contract electronic manufacturer, announces that it has successfully completed its ITAR registration.
“At Kodiak we are constantly striving to be ahead of the pack in the EMS field,” commented Mike Harlow, Vice President of Kodiak. “An ITAR registration is a mark of a high-quality manufacturing facility. Having an up-to-date ITAR registration means that we can ensure the quality and consistency of our facility and processes. It also allows us to produce sensitive products for the DoD and other government agencies where restricted information can be stored in a safe and secure environment.”
Over the last 16 years, Kodiak Assembly has established a reputation for its high quality, first pass yields and on-time deliveries. The company offers PCB assembly, test and system integration capabilities out of its world-class facility in Austin.
Kodiak Assembly’s expertise and flexibility allow the company to facilitate the effective production of a great variety of products. The company is built around the idea of being able to quickly begin production of high-quality electronic products while also sticking to the most demanding schedule.
Kodiak has extensive experience in a number of key electronic markets, including: IoT- Internet of Things, Network Servers, LED Lighting, Energy Management & Storage, Oil and Gas, Industrial controls, Radio Frequency (RF) Solutions, Security /Access Controls and Microprocessor Embedded Computer Assemblies.
There are many ways, dozens to be sure, and most likely many more, to streamline a PCB design. My goal here is to pick a single-digit number of rules to abide by, that can be reasonably adhered to, and provide some bang for the buck. These rules are meant to reduce design scope creep, avoid PCB respins, and improve production yields.
Hirose has expanded its low-profile DF51K wire-to-board connector series to include a surface mount technology (SMT) version. Compatible with automated assembly processes, including pick-and-place machines, the DF51K SMT Series simplifies the assembly process and saves significant manufacturing time and cost.
Productronica 2023 played host to the IPC World Hand Soldering Competition, bringing talented regional solder champions from all over the globe to compete for the title of World Champion. Each competitor was given sixty minutes to assemble a complex printed circuit board with their performance judged in accordance with IPC-A-610 Class 3 criteria. Each competitor’s efforts were rated on the merits of the results achieved, scored on the quality of the assembly process, the electrical functionality of the assembly and the speed at which the assembly was produced.
In early November 2023, CIL completed the installation of its first volume SMT PCBA assembly line at its BP2 Semiconductor packaging facility
PIT – Equipment Services, LLC is pleased to announce Don Dennison, founder and CEO of PIT Equipment Services, has been honored with the prestigious 2023 GLOBAL Technology Award in the category of Best Manufacturers Representative - USA. The award ceremony took place during productronica in Munich on November 14, 2023.