Dynotron Inc. Expands its SMT lines with a Juki JX-100LEDSalt Lake City, UT -- January 01, 2014 -- Dynotron, Inc., a Salt Lake City based electronic engineering company, expanded its SMT production with the recent acquisition of a Juki JX-100LED. The JX-100LED will be part of Dynotron's lineup of fast high-speed mounters for small components.
The JX-100LED provides the highest in class productivity with component placement speeds up to 15,300 components per hour (CPH) according to the IPC9850 standard, delivering improved and cost-effective assembly of high-volume electronic builds. "I'm very excited to welcome Juki to Team Dynotron. The Juki JX-100LED is highly specialized in placing LED's and can accommodate a board size of 800 x 360 mm," explained James Saffari, President of Dynotron.
"At Dynotron, we take pride in designing and manufacturing reliable, high quality products that are made in the USA. The JX-100LED will allow us to continue building the highest quality LED lighting products in the industry," said James Saffari.
Dynotron, Inc. is a full-service electronic engineering company located in the Salt Lake Interchange Business Park that has helped industry leading companies build their award winning brands. Dynotron offers full service product development, prototyping, hardware, software and mechanical design services, PCB layout, high-precision / high volume electronics production, circuit board assembly and testing for products in the defense, commercial, consumer, automotive and industrial markets.
Custom products by Dynotron include LED lighting and driver controls, capacitive touchpads and motor controls. Dynotron designed and developed the first capacitive touchpad for use in the swimming pool cover industry. Dynotron is the only EE firm in Utah to partner as a design service provider with Digi-key Corporation, one of the largest component distributors in the world. Dynotron also partners with Texas Instruments, Altium and Fujitsu. Professional memberships include Utah Technology Council (UTC) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).