Lamination Assembler Printed Circuit Boards Salary in Arkansas - State Average

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Average Salary for Lamination Assembler Printed Circuit Boards in Arkansas - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Lamination Assembler Printed Circuit Boards in Arkansas - State Average is $22,729.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Lamination Assembler Printed Circuit Boards in Arkansas - State Average is $10.93.

The average bonus of a(n) Lamination Assembler Printed Circuit Boards in Arkansas - State Average is $289.00.

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Assembles layers of laminating materials and printed circuit board (pcb) panels to prepare for multilayer pcb laminating process: assembles and aligns inner and outer layers of pcb panels and laminating materials over guide pins in holding fixture to prepare multilayer pcb panels for laminating process, following established procedures. Examines inner layers of panels during assembly for defects, such as chips, dust, or dents. May tend laminating machine that bonds assembled panels to form multilayer pcb panels laminator, printed circuit boards. May heat materials in oven to remove moisture prior to laminating process. Less

Assembles layers of laminating materials and printed circuit board (pcb) panels to prepare for multilayer pcb laminating process: assembles and aligns inner and outer layers of pcb panels and laminating materials over guide pins in holding fixture to prepare multilayer... More

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