PCB Workstation with Articulated Arms
by giufini, published
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This "PCB Workstation" is the only tool that you really need to make precise and stable connections to the pins of the electronic components on your Printed Circuit Boards.
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For people who don't own a 3D printer or quickly want to get a fully functional "PCB Workstation" with a large set of printed parts and hardware accessories, they are now available two ready to use High Quality Kits!
PCB WORKSTATION - STANDARD LAB EDITION:
PCB WORKSTATION - LAB PROBES EDITION:
The new "LAB PROBES EDITION" kit is the perfect solution for your electronic laboratory when you need to perform complex analysis of electronic devices. It includes a full set of adapters for the most used laboratory probes. This kit does not include the probes that you might already have in your lab or you could buy from your preferred online vendors (Farnell, Digi-Key, RS-Online, Sparkfun, etc.).
Email me at [email protected] for info about costs and availability.
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