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This is how Gigabyte motherboards are assembled from A to Z [Video]
posted May 1 2012 19:27.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




An AMAZING video from the assembly line of the Gigabyte motherboards. The machines that you are about to see will certainly make you say WOW, like for example the high speed SMD component placer which can place up to 10 components per second, that is 600 components per minute, with unmatched precision...



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