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Expanding GHI Electronics’ production throughput!

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Posted 1yr ago
by Gary_ghielectroncs | Employee
Posted 1yr ago
by Gary_ghielectroncs | Employee
As you may know, all of GHI Electronics' products are manufactured locally in its headquarters located in Michigan, USA. We take pride in the quality of our products and in the superb talent of our team.

With over 10 years of continuous success, we have decided to expand our production capabilities. As for the pick-and-place machine, we added a second Swedish made machine offered by Mycronic (formerly known as Mydata). The new machine is about 4 times faster than our existing one, thanks to the dual heads and to the linear motors. As for the surface solder, we have not used stencils in years because a few years ago we bought a solder jet printer and we love it. In fact, we love it so much that we have added a second printer! We didn't forget about the oven, we have the best of the best oven with 8 top and 8 bottom heating zones. This is not your ordinary pizza oven, with precision reflow quality we get perfect lead free boards, every single time.

We did not stop there! We have also added a top of the line selective solder machine. We will no longer need to sit down and solder thousands of connectors by hand. You will simply love this $100,000 soldering iron!

What does all of this mean? GHI Electronics is expanding and now accepting high volume purchase orders and like always, we will be delivering high quality products with guaranteed on-time delivery. Interested in a tour? Just give us a call, we would love to show off our brand new machines.
Reply #1 — Posted 1yr ago
by Designer | King | 24,688 exp
Reply #1 — Posted 1yr ago
by Designer | King | 24,688 exp
Super !

Dodge logos on the doors eh ?
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Reply #2 — Posted 1yr ago
by ianlee74 | Superhuman | 127,688 exp
Reply #2 — Posted 1yr ago
by ianlee74 | Superhuman | 127,688 exp
Awesome! Sounds like I've got an excuse to come up for another tour Cheesy
Reply #3 — Posted 1yr ago
by Tim Cook | Master | 5,556 exp
Reply #3 — Posted 1yr ago
by Tim Cook | Master | 5,556 exp
To get to a Billion devices they better be running Windoz 10 Whistling
Reply #4 — Posted 1yr ago
by Mike_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #4 — Posted 1yr ago
by Mike_ghielectroncs | Employee
@Bill Gates - Two of the machines run Linux. Grin
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Reply #5 — Posted 1yr ago
by Mike_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #5 — Posted 1yr ago
by Mike_ghielectroncs | Employee
@Rajesh - That would be the window that looks in to the shop. Smiley
Reply #6 — Posted 1yr ago
by hagster | Hero | 18,264 exp
Reply #6 — Posted 1yr ago
by hagster | Hero | 18,264 exp
Mike says:
@Bill Gates - Two of the machines run Linux. Grin

I bet the others are running MS-DOS 6. Coz that's how they roll in the machine tool world.
Reply #7 — Posted 1yr ago
by devhammer | Legend | 55,820 exp
Reply #7 — Posted 1yr ago
by devhammer | Legend | 55,820 exp
hagster says:

Mike says:
@Bill Gates - Two of the machines run Linux. Grin

I bet the others are running MS-DOS 6. Coz that's how they roll in the machine tool world.

XP Embedded. Just sayin'
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Reply #8 — Posted 1yr ago
by Duke Nukem | Legend | 67,053 exp
Reply #8 — Posted 1yr ago
by Duke Nukem | Legend | 67,053 exp
@Gary - Its one of the things I like about GHI in that its stuff made on this continent and you guys aren't whining about how cheap stuff is in China, you do what you do and prove everyone else wrong. Yes you can make/assemble electronic components and make a good living doing it somewhere that is suffering economically. Change is often the door that opportunity comes in through.
Reply #9 — Posted 1yr ago
by ianlee74 | Superhuman | 127,688 exp
Reply #9 — Posted 1yr ago
by ianlee74 | Superhuman | 127,688 exp
@gary - how about one more pic from the end of the warehouse that shows what the entire operation looks like now?

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