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Kitting from Digicom Electronics

This video explains about kitting, which is an essential part of preparation in an efficient EMS assembly house. This process is done to make sure that exact number of components is used, so that the assembly line is not stopped or slowed down. Kitting helps to check whether the components are within their "use by" date and their position is optimized on the feeder bank. Paying attention to these details is key to realizing maximum performance from the SMT line. Digicom has a newly expanded and fully organized stock room with plenty of room to spare.

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Kitting from Digicom Electronics

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