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Method of mounting components on a plurality of abutted circuit board










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6547122.

A method for mounting components on an abutted circuit board. The main abutted circuit board has N first circuit boards and N second circuit boards, where N is a positive integer. Each of the abutted circuit boards has a front side and a rear side. The front sides of the first circuit boards abut on the rear sides of the second circuit boards. The method includes placing the circuit boards in a component mounter for mounting a plurality of components on the front sides of the first circuit boards and mounting a plurality of components on the rear sides of the second circuit boards. The method also includes placing the circuit boards in the component mounter for mounting a plurality of components on rear sides of the first circuit boards and mounting a plurality of components on front sides of the second circuit boards.








 
 
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