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Topic # 242199 15-Oct-2018 21:25
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I'm working with an embedded device that comes mostly complete, all the SMD devices are populated but there's final assembly of a bunch of through-hole components required (Ethernet, USB, SMA, a few pin headers, and one or two crystals and inductors), I estimate about 15-30 minutes worth of soldering. Does anyone know someone in the Auckland area who does this sort of work? Normally I'd do it myself, but after some thought, given that if I screw it up at any point it would be Bad (in capital letters), I think I'll leave it to a professional...

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  Reply # 2108626 16-Oct-2018 08:40
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could try https://www.nautech.com/ I know they have both machine and hand solder facilities


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  Reply # 2109038 16-Oct-2018 17:50
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Ah, sorry, my question was a bit ambiguous, this is just a one-off single unit, not a general manufacturing issue. So I'm looking more for someone like Silicon Chip's Dave Thompson...

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