Electronic Workshop

Services


• Fabricating printed circuits board (PCB) using LPKF's Protomat
   S63.

To request fabrication of PCB, please submit the work forms (download from here) together with the schematics drawing and CAM files (Gerber or LPKF cam files). Discuss the feasibility of fabricating with the workshop staff. Upon acceptance, the workshop team will place the job in the workshop queue list and process. You can check the progress of the fabrication from the team site:
http://teamsites.ntu.edu.sg/SPMS/SPMS/electronicworkshop/Shared%20Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx


• Soldering and assembling of electronic circuit.
To request soldering and assembling, please submit the work forms (download from here) together with the circuit information (hard copy). Upon acceptance, the workshop team will place the job in the workshop queue list and process.
**All electronic components have to be provided by the end-user.


• Tool lending or using of equipment in the Electronic Workshop.
Our workshop is open to all staffs/students of the Physics and Applied Physics. However, do strictly follow the Electronic Workshop Rules and Regulations when using our facilities.
**Our workshop does not provide tool lending or equipment lending; any such request will be deal case by case basics only. This is to ensure that the equipment/tools are always available in the workshop for everyone to use.

• Providing basic electronic components.
Please fill the record book after taking the components in our component racks.


Fees
Usage of electronic components and manufacturing components may be chargeable for all users (depending on specific cases). Please contact us for more details.


Contact Information:
Mr. NEO Chih Hao
Email: CHNEO@ntu.edu.sg




Lists of equipment in Electronic Workshop
Our equipment include:


  
• Common equipment
    (Power Supply, Multi-Meter, Oscilloscope, Function
    Generator)

                  
    






• LPKF's Protomat S63 PCB
   fabrication machine:

    Mainly for in-house Printed Circuit; Board (PCB)
    prototyping.






• HAKKO FM203 Soldering/
   de-soldering station:

    Equipped with soldering (equipped with different     size of soldering tips) and component remover for
    PCB.



 



• HAKKO FR802 rework station:
    Equipped with hot air rework for removal of
    Surface-Mounted Device (SMD) component on the
    PCB.





• Basic Mechanical work-station:
    Equipped with basic hand tools for some basic
    mechanical works.





• Component racks for some
   electronic components:

    Provide some basic electronic components.