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Fully Customized Mini-Rack Enclosures from METCASE


Bridgeville, PA — METCASE’s ad- vanced TECHNOMET 19 in. (48.3 cm) mini-rack enclosures are now available with a wide range of cus- tomization options. TECHNOMET tabletop enclosures are designed for mounting standard 19 in. (48.3 cm) subracks, chassis and front panels. Applications include test and meas- urement equipment, networking and communications devices, sound and


9U and in custom depths. “Half- width” 10.5 in. (26.7 cm) cases are al- so available upon request. METCASE also offers bespoke


ventilation options. TECHNOMET 19 in. (48.3 cm) has a ventilated base and rear panel as standard but can also be supplied with a vented top and/or sides (or no ventilation at all). Bail arms that double as desk stands can also be specified as a custom option. The handles are indexable, en- abling users to select the best viewing angle for the enclosure. METCASE can also ma-


chine and finish the recessed rear panel (supplied) and front panel (accessory) so the enclo- sure is ready for the installa- tion of connectors, switches and other components. Custom colors supple-


TECHNOMET mini-rack enclosure.


studio systems, laboratory instru- ments, industrial computers and con- trol systems. The standard heights are 3U,


4U and 6U (all 15.7 in. [40 cm] deep) but METCASE is now offering cases in custom heights of 5U, 7U, 8U, and


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ment the standard light gray (RAL 7035) and anthracite (RAL 7016). Other customiza- tion services include fixings, inserts and digital printing of legends and logos. All stan- dard and customized enclo- sures combine diecast alu- minum front and rear bezels, a folded case body and chassis and four snap-on cover trims


to create a flush-fitting cohesive de- sign with no visible fixing screws. In- side there are two subrack/chassis support rails. All case panels are fitted with


M4 threaded pillars for earth connec- tions. ABS side handles are recessed


for easy portability. Molded ABS non-slip feet are


also included. Accessories include 19 in. (48.3 cm) front panels, M6 caged nuts and fixing screws. Contact: METCASE, a division


of OKW Enclosures, Inc., Abele Business Park, 3000 Old Pond Road, Bridgeville, PA 15017 % 412-220-9247 E-mail: seanb@okwenclosures.com Web: www.metcaseusa.com


Kodiak Offers a Tailored Customer Experience...


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clear that the tooling was not work- ing with Kodiak’s equipment. In an urgent effort to support its


customer, Kodiak attacked the prob- lem with internal resources. Under- standing the precision required of SMT placement, Kodiak was able to fabricate proprietary tooling in-house to accurately place the LEDs. The company was then able to quickly ramp up production and, over the past six months, has successfully placed 750,000 LEDs for the customer.


Manufacturing Capabilities Kodiak’s SMT capabilities in-


clude: BGA, PoP, SCM, µBGA (less than 0.01 in. [0.3 mm] pitch); lead- less devices, such as QFN and DFN; miniature chips, including 01005 and 0201 (0402 and 0603 metric); custom retained thermal profiles; laser cut and step custom designed solder stencils; and ball grid array (BGA) reball and repair. The company also provides engineering support for de-


sign for manufacturing (DFM) and design for test (DFT). Kodiak’s services extend to sys-


tem integration of custom chassis, cables, customer-specific labeling, full revision control, and literature and software management. Syteline ERP provides a real-time inventory and planning management tool, with seamless customer reporting. KAS manages over 35,000 unique turnkey and consigned items for its cus- tomers. Finally, electrical verification


and testing is a comprehensive test strategy consisting of automated op- tical inspection (AOI), flying probe development and testing, functional test support and maintenance, test yield improvement review and re- porting, and both software and firmware programming. Contact: Kodiak Assembly Solu-


tions, 2400 Grand Avenue Parkway, Suite 103, Austin, TX 78278 % 512-275-1700 Web: www.kodiakassembly.com r


June, 2019


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Best of all, we pay top value for your waste, Waste we recycle includes tin/lead and lead-fre e solder dross, solder paste scrap, wire, SMT stencil wipes, and more.


We have programs that fit your needs no matter what your company’s size, and we are committed to providing the best service in the industry.


Learn more; visit www.conecsusllc.com today!


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