In 2023, Corintech took a bold step to improve our commitment to sustainability. Recognising the necessity of not only advocating for but also implementing sustainable practices. We chose to pursue an internationally approved sustainability rating, an essential factor for smart business today to show and demonstrate our dedication to sustainability.
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Corintech Returns to Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2024
We're delighted to announce Corintech's return to Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2024, a highlight in the UK's engineering calendar. This prestigious event showcases pioneering technology pivotal to a variety of industries, from machinery and electronics to subcontract services. Set your calendars for the 6th-8th of February at Farnborough International Exhibition Centre. We look forward to seeing you at Stand D165.
Corintech Introduces Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Printing
At Corintech, we use Stereolithography and Fused Deposition Modeling printing – allowing us to discover and correct flaws while undertaking extensive testing prior to the final production stage. 3D printing in its traditional form is frequently associated with environmental concerns due to waste generation and reliance on plastic materials. However, at Corintech, we are firm believers in using the benefits of 3D printing in the design process to ensure the ultimate quality of our products.
Definitive Guide to Quality Electronics Assembly: J-STD-001
J-STD-001 is the go-to standard for achieving quality electronic assemblies in the electronics industry. By understanding and implementing the key elements of this standard, professionals can elevate the reliability, durability, and overall excellence of their electronic products. At Corintech, we stand behind the principles of J-STD-001, ensuring that our electronics manufacturing processes consistently meet and exceed the highest industry standards, delivering products that meet our clients' expectations and beyond.
An Introduction to IPC-A-610 for Electronics Procurement Professionals
IPC-A-610 plays a significant role in ensuring the quality and reliability of electronic assemblies. Read this article to gain an overview of IPC-A-610, its importance in the electronics manufacturing industry and how it should affect your procurement process. Table of Contents What is IPC-A-610? The Importance of IPC-A-610 in Electronics Manufacturing Understanding the I ...
Key Factors that Shape PCB Assembly Cost
This article explores practical tips that can help you save on PCB assembly costs without sacrificing the quality and reliability of your final product.
The Best Way to Find a New Manufacturing Partner
Searching for a new manufacturing partner can be both daunting and time-consuming. In this article, we discuss one of the best ways to approach the search in the UK, right now.
Unlock Your Electronics Project at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2023
Corintech are pleased to be appearing at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics exhibition in Farnborough, Hampshire on 7th - 9th February 2023. Visit us on stand D165 (near to the main entrance) to find out how we can help to unlock your electronics project.
The Electronics Supply Chain: What to Expect in 2022
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, global supply chains have been under an enormous amount of pressure, with component shortages leaving many manufacturers scrambling to meet growing customer demand. Many have entered 2022 optimistic that things will begin to improve, however, as things stand, prudence is important, with the electronics sector still experiencing signific ...
The Risk of Counterfeit Components to Electronics Supply Chains in 2021
During times when the supply chain is under considerable strain, the risk of encountering counterfeit components rises. Counterfeit components are more common than you think, and pose a serious threat to electronics supply chains. Counterfeits often fail to meet the required performance demands of businesses, resulting in final products performing intermittently, not to spec, or not at all. Fake components can degrade system performance, cause intermittent performance spikes or delays, and limit the performance of other components in the system. This ultimately leads to product malfunction, which in the case of certain devices such as medical equipment, could be fatal.
The product we procure from Corintech is manufactured to an extremely high standard plus their delivery performance is first-rate.Operations Director - Global Sensor Company