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Ideal for the assembly of PCB:s the PHASA process gives a permanent long term secure fixing without damage to the board surface.

Up to 300 fixings per machine cycle is possible.


EL_2_Electricfusebox This fuse box has multi-fixing staking points which uses the standard PHASA 20/40 machine to crop the metal work and sense the circuit continuity in one complete operation.
EL_3_ElectricPBT A high volume domestic contact breaker has deep holed stakes processed by PHASA. This not only makes for a tight safe fixing but prevents tampering and invalid warranty claims.

This internal component for a coin slot machine has two 0.6mm. stakes formed to retain the flexi-circuit. Not only a delicate assembly it is built to withstand constant use and sometimes operate within harsh environments.


EL_5_ElectricBox This cover with metal RFI insert for networking hubs has groups of stakes processed in one pass. The PHASA fixing remains secure in use throughout differing climatic changes.

Securing a glass window into a plastic surround for this microwave´door is achieved by forming a number of ribs in one direction.

It is important the glass be retained safely and leak proof and provides even after repeated slamming the stiffness required.

EL_7_ElectricFireswitch Using a special build flow line machine this high volume-safety critical fire point plate has a micro switch staked in place. Equally as important as high through-put is a blemish free A face.
EL_8_ElectricSonyKey This Sony computer monitor cover is processed using a standard PHASA 40/40 machine securing the control button trees. Accurate process control and consolidation pressures are critical in achieving the correct gap around each button and aperture.

Securing brass contacts into this end cap is achieved by re-forming the plastic as a roll over to retain the contact.