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    FAZE Electronics manufacture the best quality, fastest and easiest to use manual pick-and-place machine in the world. To compliment the pick and place they also supply a hot plate for soldering the SMD populated PCB's on. They also supply solder pots and solder baths.

    For more information visit http://www.faze.co.za

    Phone Fanie, 012 661 4751


    Mantech Electronics is probably the best component supplier in South Africa. With brances in Johannesburg, Cape town and Durban they deliver any where in the country. Their service is unbeatable, one can even request to bring in hard to get components not locally available in from anywhere in the world. Delivery is on a daily basis, no order is too small or too big.

    Although they are not official distributors of pic microprocessors, they do stock some and probably keep more stock than the official suppliers. They also supply Pickit and ICD programmers.

    The man to speak to is Manny Mouthino, 011 493 9307 for special stuff. Manny is technically skilled and has an electronics background.

    www.mantech.co.za


    Protronics stock a large range of industrial electronic components. Very competitive pricing, friendly and helpfull service, they deliver once or twice a week.

    The guys to talk to is Paul or Maans. 011 466 3075

    http://www.protronix.co.za/home.aspx

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