Manncorp has always been the leader in the low- to mid-volume production industry with SMT placement speeds ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 components per hour. Now, we are proud to introduce our latest machine to the SMT line, with a placement speed of 20,000 parts per hour: the MC889 High Speed Pick & Place.
Why Choose In-House Production? There are a variety of reasons to start a microfactory for your company, from wanting to re-shore your production to deciding to build your own manufacturing business from the ground up. One of the biggest reasons has to do with the cost of outsourcing production. Micromanufacturing your own products is often
Not every company has the resources, space, or need to accommodate a traditional, sprawling manufacturing facility. Now that smaller, more affordable, highly reliable machine options have become available, you may not need to.
In 2010, the environmental data tracking company, Sensaphone, decided to purchase an SMT production line—and it is still in-use today.
How to Ditch Insanely long Lead times: An Inside Look with CoralVue on Switching to In-House Production
The aquarium supply company, CoralVue Inc., recently made the switch to in-house production, and they were happy to give us the inside scoop on how things have been going, from the buying process, to learning the equipment, to impact on their overhead.
In September of 2013, Antonio Ricaurte (owner and founder of AR Technologies) came from Ecuador to our Pennsylvania office to find out more about Manncorp equipment. During that trip, he ended up purchasing an entire SMT line.
In this time of short supply, American manufacturers have shown resiliency and ingenuity. See how companies running in-house production are taking precautions to safeguard the components available and having the flexibility to pivot from SMT to THT assembly when necessary.
For manufacturers who have high-mix, low-volume production, there are certain pieces of equipment that can help optimize your throughput potential.
When some people think about their first car, a hand-me-down clunker probably comes to mind. For Henry Mann (founder of Manncorp (a surface-mount technology equipment supplier) and ELEDLights), that wasn’t the case.