T-Tech Inc. (Norcross, GA) has introduced its latest PCB prototyping system — the Quick Circuit QCJ5. This state-of-the-art, in-house circuit board prototyping system is equipped with a host of features including: Z-axis motion control; 12, 24, or 32-position automatic tool change; automatic tool-depth control; 4 zone precision vacuum table; resolution of .00025"; 60,000 or 100,000 RPM variable speed spindle; 4 Mil trace and insulation width; pre-contact pressure foot; and integrated front-panel control of common system commands.

Several features found on the QCJ5, such as Z-axis motion control, represent new capabilities for desktop PCB prototyping systems.

T-Tech’s Quick Circuit QCJ5 system produces accurate, economical, and same-day circuit board prototypes directly from CAD package data including Gerber, DXF, HPGL and Excellon files. T-Tech can also provide customers with a wide range of in-house prototyping equipment, accessories and tooling for single-sided, double-sided, multi-layer, through-hole plating and SMT assembly applications.

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This article first appeared in the June, 2011 issue of Embedded Technology Magazine.

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