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    New Crowdfunded open hardware SimplePnP PCB assembly machine starting at $630 USD.



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    Commenting the picture, seems it won't go that good.
    Commenting the title, where's the part to solder the components? Or, are they just glued ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keytapper View Post
    Commenting the picture, seems it won't go that good.
    Commenting the title, where's the part to solder the components? Or, are they just glued ?
    Many ways to solder from a basic hot plate to a wave machine. This machine does the pick and placement.

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    I was just thinking about SMT, if THT there must be good preparation for the component to get into the holes.

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    Keytapper.

    The solder paste is applied with a stencil, the components are placed and then the board is baked. This is not for through hole.
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