SMP Product Series Grows with New Termination Configurations

Amphenol RF expands versatile SMP product line with additional termination configurations ideal for high frequency blind-mate applications.

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DANBURY, CONNECTICUT, UNITED STATES, March 25, 2019 / — Amphenol RF is proud to announce the latest expansion of the popular SMP product line – a high-frequency, subminiature interconnect solution – to include several new thread-in mount jacks, a straight cable plug and a bullet adapter. This connector series is designed for blind mate applications with a variety of board spacing and package size requirements.

The three additional SMP straight jacks feature a thread-in bulkhead design with post contacts and push-on coupling mechanism. These 50 ohm connectors are constructed with gold plated brass and are available in limited detent, full detent and smooth bore interfaces.

A new straight solder plug is optimized for 0.047” semi-rigid cable and is designed with an anti-rock ring for vibration resistance. This connector features the familiar push-on coupling style and is constructed with gold plated beryllium copper.

The SMP plug to plug bullet adapter is designed to compensate of both radial and axial misalignment and is now available in 17.16 mm length.

The SMP series operates at DC to 26.5 GHz making this product family ideal for applications that require a high data rate transmission, such as broadband, instrumentation and telecommunications applications.

Amphenol RF is a leading manufacturer of coaxial connectors for use in radio frequency, microwave, and data transmission system applications. Headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut, USA, Amphenol RF has global sales, marketing and manufacturing locations in North America, Asia and Europe. Standard products include RF connectors, coaxial adapters and RF cable assemblies. Custom engineered products include multi-port ganged interconnect, blind mate and hybrid mixed-signal solutions.

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American Association of Suicidology Responds to Parkland Students’ Suicide Deaths

WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, March 25, 2019 / — Our hearts go out to the families and community of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student and alumnus who died by suicide over the last week. The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) sends an open invitation to the suicide loss survivors and community stakeholders to reach out to AAS and other national suicide prevention organizations for consultation in the days ahead.

While we’re supportive of the school’s efforts to increase mental health resources for its students and their families, we believe much more needs to be done to ensure ongoing suicide prevention and postvention care. This includes consultation with suicide prevention experts, disseminating information to students and their families on means safety (explicitly regarding firearm and prescription medication storage in the home), and providing significant, trauma-informed, evidence-based supports as outlined in texts such as Suicide In Schools.

Youth involved in traumatic experiences are often at higher risk for a number of mental health issues, including experiences of suicidal thoughts. In the United States, youth aged 10 – 24 are already at especially high risk for suicide, which is the second leading cause of death for this age range. AAS continues to advocate for suicide prevention as a priority in school districts across the country.

“The Parkland survivors have been heroes in their advocacy efforts since the tragedy, but the deaths of these students are a sobering reminder that they are not only young advocates, but also trauma victims and gun violence loss survivors,” said Michael Anestis, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi and co-chair of AAS’s Firearms and Suicide Committee. “This experience has likely been different for each of them and this should be a call for everyone – regardless of their views on firearms in the US – to unite around the fact that these kids have gone through something horrific and deserve all the effective care they need.”

Trauma can cause feelings of hopelessness and loss of control – such that one’s view of the world, it’s safeness and predictability, are often challenged. Trauma that involves the death of a loved one or peer through mass violence or suicide can powerfully reshape someone’s view of life, their future, and trust in others. Additionally, suicide contagion effects tend to be most powerful in the days and weeks following a suicide or violent death but that anniversaries or other personal reminders can also stir up intense emotional reactions. Notably, this is a community (and a national) trauma and we should be mindful that the youth have taken on a major advocacy role that has the potential to define their childhoods. Promoting self-care and boundaries is crucial for them now and well into their futures.

For the Media: Responsible reporting on suicide, including stories of hope and resilience, can prevent more suicides. Please visit the Suicide Reporting Recommendations for more information.

About AAS: Founded in 1968 by Edwin S. Shneidman, PhD, AAS promotes suicide as a research discipline, public awareness programs, public education and training for professionals and volunteers. The membership of AAS includes mental health and public health professionals, researchers, suicide prevention and crisis intervention centers, school districts, crisis center volunteers, survivors of suicide loss, attempt survivors, and a variety of lay persons who have in interest in suicide prevention. You can learn more about AAS at and

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Stewart Connector Introduces USB 2.0 Type-B Connectors

Stewart Connector announces the release of the USB 2.0 Type-B connectors.

HONG KONG, NEW TERRITORIES, 香港, March 24, 2019 / — Stewart Connector, a Bel group company, (NASDAQ: BELFA and BELFB) and world class manufacturer of high speed connectors used in Data Communications announces the release of the USB 2.0 Type-B connectors, designed to meet the ever-growing demand for small, robust and reliable I/O connectors that comply to Universal Serial Bus Standards.

Stewart USB Type-B connectors are designed in a vertical and horizontal configuration and able to support data speeds up to 480 Mbps for USB 2.0 applications. Stewart’s USB Type B connectors have a frog leg shield pin design to increase reliability during soldering process and later in the products life cycle. All Stewart Connector USB connectors are plated with 30 micro-inches of gold on each contact so that USB 2.0 connectors can withstand a peak current of 1.5A per contact. Stewart’s USB connectors are also molded in LCP plastic which allows for extended operating temperatures from -55°C to 85°C.

Stewart’s USB 2.0 Type-B connectors are designed to meet the industries increasing demand for economic solutions where space and faster data rates are a premium. These small form factor, very robust and highly reliable USB connectors are used in IoT devices, printers and compact power devices.

As an authorized distributor for Bel, Heilind Asia provides Bel’s products and also value added services. Heilind Asia supports both original equipment and contract manufacturers in all market segments of the electronics industry, stocking products from the industry’s leading manufacturers in 25 component categories, with a particular focus on interconnect, electromechanical, fastener/hardware and sensor products.

About Heilind Electronics:

Founded in 1974, Heilind Electronics, Inc. ( is one of the world's leading distributors of connectors, relays, switches, thermal management & circuit protection products, terminal blocks, wire & cable, wiring accessories, insulation & identification, fastener/hardware and sensor products. Heilind has over 40 facilities in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore and Mainland China.

Heilind Asia Pacific ( commenced operations in Dec 2012, and now has 21 locations throughout Asia. Its industry leading service offering to customers in Asia Pacific is the result of a commitment to the belief of “Distribution As It Should Be”. Learn more at and on Facebook, WeChat, Weibo and Twitter.

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Bel ( designs, manufactures and markets a broad array of products that power, protect and connect electronic circuits. These products are primarily used in the networking, telecommunications, computing, military and aerospace, transportation and broadcasting industries. Bel’s product groups include Magnetic Solutions (integrated connector modules, power transformers, power inductors and discrete components), Power Solutions and Protection (front-end, board mount and industrial power products, module products and circuit protection) and Connectivity Solutions (expanded beam fiber optic, copper-based, RF and RJ connectors and cable assemblies). The Company operates facilities around the world.

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Russian Helicopters Begins Certification of Mi-171A2 Helicopter in Brazil

The Russian Helicopters has delivered technical and operational documentation for the Mi-171A2 helicopter to the Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency.

In light of Brazil’s high demand for mid-class multipurpose helicopters, we are bringing to the local market a new machine — modern, roomy and reliable.”

— Anatoly Serdyukov.

RIO DE JANEIRO, RJ, BRAZIL, March 23, 2019 / — The Russian Helicopters holding company, part of State Corporation Rostec, and the Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) have delivered technical and operational documentation for the Mi-171A2 helicopter to the Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency.

Brazilian aviation authorities will decide on the certification of the helicopter for the local market based on its application.

“Brazil is our long-time partner and one of the key countries in South America for the promotion of Russian helicopter products. Mi-171A1 helicopters have been successfully operating in the country for more than 10 years, and I am sure that the new helicopter will soon also have the opportunity to earn a positive reputation. Brazil’s certification authority is processing the documentation received on the Mi-171A2. Considering experience certifying the Mi-171A1 helicopter, I think that this issue will be resolved in a short time,” said general director of Russia Helicopters Andrey Boginsky.

“In light of Brazil’s high demand for mid-class multipurpose helicopters, we are bringing to the local market a new machine — modern, roomy and reliable. The Mi-171A2 helicopter provides long range, which is important for a country where the machines are operated in hard-to-reach areas. We intend to develop after-sales service as part of an international partnership to guarantee maximum operational life and as a prerequisite for flight safety,” added director of the Rostec aviation cluster Anatoly Serdyukov.

In 2005, the Mi-171A1 helicopter optimized for the requirements of European commercial operators and the FAR-29 aviation regulations received approval for the Type Certificate in the Brazilian Aviation Register. During its development, special attention was paid to safety issues. In the same year, the first Mi-171A1 helicopter was delivered to Brazil.

In 2010, the Mi-171A1 helicopter, presented by the operating company Atlas Taxi Aereo, won a Brazilian state oil and gas company Petrobras tender to carry out aerial work in the Amazon due to its positive characteristics and price/quality ratio.

The T-HUMS system (onboard monitoring and diagnostics system) was installed in the new Mi-171A1 helicopter for the first time on an order by the Brazilian company. It provides automatic monitoring of a large range of nodes in real time, significantly increasing flight safety. The use of the T-HUMS system also makes it possible to transition to maintenance “as-is,” and not according to the regulations, which can significantly reduce the financial costs of the operating company and increase the efficiency of the helicopter business.

Mi-171A1 helicopters were used by Atlas Taxi Aereo in harsh environmental conditions to support Petrobras drilling in the rainforests of Brazil, and they showed their best side. In a year of intensive operation, one helicopter, for example, flew more than 1,000 hours (an average of 120 hours per month), moving about 600 tons of cargo, mainly drilling equipment, on an external mount.

The Mi-171A2 was developed based on this helicopter, the result of a thorough modernization of the Mi-8/17 helicopters. More than 80 changes have been made to the design of the Mi-171A2. The helicopter is equipped with VK-2500PS-03 engines (a civilian version of the engines installed on the Mi-28 combat helicopters) with a digital control system. One of the most important differences between the Mi-171A2 and the helicopters of the Mi-8/17 family is the new carrier system. The helicopter has a more efficient X-shaped tail rotor and a new main rotor with integral composite blades with an improved aerodynamic layout. In August 2017, the helicopter received a Type A certificate from the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency, which indicates implementation of the most stringent safety requirements for civilian helicopters.

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Modular Management Group, Inc. constructs Temporary Office Modular Project at Randolph Air Force Base

Exterior Front View of the 13,104 SF Temporary Modular Office

Interior View of the Temporary Modular Office

Exterior Side View of the Temporary Modular Office

We enjoyed working with the 19th Air Force personnel. They were very responsive and accommodating, which helped the project move along smoothly to meet our deadlines.”

— David Dees, Project Manager

FORT WORTH, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, March 22, 2019 / — Modular Management Group, Inc. a leader in modular construction, announced today the successful construction completion of a Temporary Office Modular Project (TOMP) at Randolph Air Force Base in Texas.

The 13,104 square foot modular building was designed and constructed by Modular Management Group, Inc. In addition, the company will also provide the lease of the building.

The facility will serve as a temporary administrative office in support of the 19th Air Force during the renovation of their existing building.

The floor plan includes a vestibule, 21 offices, open spaces for office cubicles, two conference rooms, two IT rooms, break room, restrooms, storage and a janitor’s closet. The modular building is equipped with canopies, steps and ramps meeting all ADA requirements.

“We enjoyed working with the 19th Air Force personnel” said David Dees, Project Manager of Modular Management Group, Inc. “They were very responsive and accommodating, which helped the project move along smoothly to meet our deadlines.”

Modular Management Group, Inc. completed the Temporary Office Modular Project in mid-March of 2019.

About Modular Management Group

Modular Management Group, Inc. is a Texas based Design-Build General Contractor specializing in the design, fabrication, and installation of single-story and multi-story Modular Buildings. For more than 14 years Modular Management Group has served Government, Commercial, Healthcare and Education industries. Additional expertise includes ICD/ICS 705 Requirements, Data Communications, Fire and Safety, Systems Furniture, and Lease and Purchase options. To learn more, please visit

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Information to Intelligence Summit

Information to Intelligence Summit

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FAYETTEVILLE, NC, UNITED STATES, March 22, 2019 / — Fayetteville, NC March 22, 2019 – The Information to Intelligence Global Summit, hosted by Blue Light in New Orleans, May 7 – 9, 2019, and sponsored by IBM and Arrow, brings the i2® community together for three days of learning, networking, and sharing the latest industry strives.

Come discover what new i2® plug-ins are available, connect with IBM® i2® partners, vendors, subject matter experts, and users from around the world.

At the i2i Conference, you’ll become a part of a reliable community of like-minded professionals who will inspire, re-energize, and support you well beyond the event. The exhibit hall will be filled with leading technology and solution providers to provide a first-hand look into the latest tools.



• IBM® i2® Training Track with CPE credits available
• Blue Fusion for IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook
• IBM® i2® Used for Combating Insurance Fraud
• IBM® i2® Enterprise Insight Analysis in
• Deployed/ Tactical Environments
• The Safe Campus – Preventing School Violence
• Cyber Threat Hunting with IBM® i2®
• Exploitation of Open-Source Intelligence


• New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
• Riverboat Cruise
• WWII Museum
• Let’s Roam New Orleans Ghost Tour

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K2 Energy has announced the appointment of Eric Villarreal as VP of Operations and Technical Sales.

Eric Villarreal

Eric Villarreal has shown dedication and leadership in his innovations at K2 Energy, and we fully support him as he takes on this new Vice President position.”

— Robert Horito

HENDERSON, NV, USA, March 21, 2019 / — K2 Energy has announced the appointment of Eric Villarreal as VP of Operations and Technical Sales.

Robert Horito, President and CEO of K2 Energy said, “Eric Villarreal has shown dedication and leadership in his innovations at K2 Energy, and we fully support him as he takes on this new Vice President position.”

Mr. Villarreal has over 20 years of experience in product development, manufacturing and program management in various industries including lithium batteries, medical devices, and aerospace applications. He was an early employee at K2 Energy and founded the Battery Pack Development and Manufacturing side of the business while holding several positions from Program Manager to Director of Engineering.

Mr. Villarreal has been instrumental in K2’s growth over the last 13 years and has led his department into the successful development and qualification of multiple Government and Private industry contracts as well as K2 Energy’s very own Flexible Battery Management System (BMS) used in high pulse power and energy applications.

“K2 Energy is a place where I can take on new challenges,” said Mr. Villarreal, “there is a satisfaction in wearing multiple hats, and seeing the difference I can make in each role and position. I am determined to continue to do that with this new vice president appointment.”

K2 Energy provides cutting edge technology for energy solutions. K2 Energy’s knowledge base allows them to offer inception to implementation solutions and to optimize battery solutions to achieve customer goals. K2 Energy at their core is a world class team of scientists and engineers with extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of energy storage design, systems integration, manufacturing, support testing and quality control making them the ideal fit for many advanced medical, industrial, and military applications.

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EA-6B Prowler – Farewell, Old Friend

The last remaining EA-6B after its final flight, with wings folded, preparing to shut down at Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Center. Photo courtesy of Jonathan Derden.  

VMAQ-2 aircrew and fellow Marine Prowler aviators of past and present stand in front of EA-6B tail number 162230 at Udvar-Hazy Center. Photo courtesy of Jonathan Derden.

Air crew with EA-6B Prowler at Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field in Dallas, Texas. EA-Photo courtesy of Neil McKenna

The VMAQ Monument Foundation is thrilled to report that the final three EA-6B Prowlers have landed at esteemed aviation museums in Ohio, Texas and Virginia.

The National Air and Space Museum had no EW airplanes in the collection. The Prowler, as the first tactical jamming aircraft designed as such from scratch, fills this hole in a big way.”

— Laurence Burke, Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum

PARKER, COLORADO, USA, March 21, 2019 / — When aircraft are removed from service, they are often sent to a boneyard, such as the one at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona. For the Marine volunteers of the VMAQ Monument Foundation, this was not an acceptable ending for the EA-6B Prowler. For many months, VMAQ Monument Foundation volunteers actively canvassed potential museums to assist in finding suitable homes for these historic jets. The Foundation is thrilled to report that the final three EA-6B Prowlers have landed at esteemed aviation museums in Ohio, Texas and Virginia.

On Friday, March 8, 2019, the EA-6B Prowler was officially decommissioned at a ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, marking the end of a distinguished era in airborne electronic warfare. According to a command release, “Marine Corps Prowlers have flown over 260,000 hours during its 42-year service life. Marine squadrons have deployed with the Prowler more than 70 times in support of every major combat operation in the last forty years.” The Prowler and the warriors who flew and maintained her were present in operations El Dorado Canyon, Desert Shield, Desert Storm, Deny Flight, Decisive Endeavor, Deliberate Guard, Allied Force, Northern and Southern Watch, Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, Unified Protector, and most recently Inherent Resolve and Freedom’s Sentinel.

Just days after the decommissioning, on Thursday, March 14, 2019, the last operational EA-6B made its final landing at Dulles International Airport. This aircraft, tail number 162230, will soon be on display at the National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. Laurence Burke, curator of U.S. Naval Aviation at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum was present for the arrival of the aircraft at Dulles and instrumental in securing its transfer. “Electronic warfare is an absolute necessity in modern combat, yet the National Air and Space Museum had no EW airplanes in the collection. The Prowler, as the first tactical jamming aircraft designed as such from scratch, fills this hole in a big way,” said Burke. “Furthermore, the fact that Prowlers participated in practically every US combat operation since its introduction in Vietnam lets us tell many late 20th/early 21stcentury stories, even as the type’s longevity lets us talk about the development of electronic warfare over time.”

The Foundation’s treasurer, Major Harry “Taco” Horning, USMCR (IRR) streamed the landing on Facebook live. Many from the Prowler community watched with heavy hearts as the plane made its final landing. “Hearing the engines spool down for the final time was gut-wrenching. But the sadness was short-lived. Once the jet was towed into the restoration hangar, I was overwhelmed with pride!” remarked Horning. “I can’t think of a better conclusion to our story.”

Two months earlier, on January 17, 2019, tail number 163047, was flown to the MAPS Air Museum in North Canton, Ohio. Their mission is to educate the public on the history of aviation and its impact on man. To accomplish this, they acquire, restore and display aircraft and memorabilia associated with aviation. Lieutenant Colonel Maureen McFarland USMC Reserve, a former electronic countermeasures officer (ECMO) from the EA-6B community is a supporter of this museum. She coordinated with the MAPS Executive Director Kim Kovesci and a team of dedicated people pitched in to make this aircraft transfer a reality. McFarland now has a Prowler in her own backyard in North Canton. “I’m incredibly proud of MAPS and the work the museum does. Ohio has a rich legacy in aviation from the Wright Brothers to John Glenn. I love that part of that history is now the aircraft that launched my career,” said McFarland.

A third VMAQ-2 Prowler, tail number 162228 made its final landing at Dallas Love Field on March 12, 2019 and will reside at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas, Texas. Cheryl Sutterfield-Jones, President and CEO of the museum is excited to add the Prowler to their unique collection of aircraft. “Although the technology of the EA-6B is being replaced with more modern technology, the electronic and radar capabilities of the aircraft will become an important STEM lesson for than 40,000 students a year. This EA-6B will have a brand new mission at the Frontiers of Flight Museum!” Although the Foundation did not assist in the placement of 162228, they are excited to celebrate with the Museum at their upcoming Prowler Party on April 13!

If you find yourself standing in front of a “Chariot of Electronic Armageddon,” pause and reflect for a moment. These aircraft along with the many men and women who flew and maintained them, quietly and valiantly, protected countless lives and served our nation well. You may have never heard of the Prowler before, but as her name suggests, she has been flying around the world for forty-eight years quietly stalking her prey.

The VMAQ Monument Foundation was established in June 2018 with the mission of preserving the history and legacy of the EA-6B Prowler and the warriors who served in her community. To learn more about the VMAQ Monument Foundation and to donate, please visit

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ZB Holdings Announces Termination of Acquisition Agreement

Previously announced Letter of Intent with Code Green Apparel Corp. (OTC Pink: CGAC) has been terminated

KATY, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, March 21, 2019 / — ZB Holdings Announces Termination of
Acquisition Agreement

Katy Texas, March 21, 2019. ZB Holdings (d/b/a Zoombang, Inc.) announced today that it has terminated the Letter of Intent with Code Green Apparel Corp. (OTC Pink: CGAC) under which Zoombang would have been acquired by Code Green through a tax-free share exchange agreement.

“Code Green Apparel was unable to complete the financial commitment to invest $1.5 million to fund Zoombang’s rapidly growing operations and to build the appropriate operational infrastructure including, but not limited to, sales, technology and administrative personnel”, stated Paul Marsh, CFO of Zoombang, adding “We appreciate the effort exerted by Code Green and we extended the timelines previously agreed upon but ultimately a decision was made to terminate the Letter of Intent”.

About Zoombang
ZB Holdings (, based in Katy, TX, manufacture and produce impact protection gear for use in all sports, military, police, tactical, industrial, equine and medical applications through the use and application of the companies’ proprietary polymer technology. Currently, there are 14 NFL Teams and 11 NHL Teams who purchase and use Zoombang’s products. Zoombang said the companies’ products absorb over 40 percent more of the energy than any of the other sports products being tested.

The polymers the company manufactures and develops are engineered to manage energy by dissipating, transferring or accentuating blunt force trauma, shock, g-force loading and vibration. The proprietary polymers reduce injury and increase comfort for applications where protection to the body is critical, such as in all contact sports, military/ballistic applications, hazardous work environments and medical (post-transplant and surgical protection) applications. For more information please visit or email

About Code Green Apparel
Code Green Apparel Corp (OTC PINK: CGAC) is dedicated to becoming an industry leader in Sustainable Textiles by providing corporations with Corporate Logo Wear, Uniforms and other Sustainable Textile products. Management boasts over 75 years of textile experience in the apparel industry and intends to be disruptive in the market. Their wide range of products meet the high-quality demands of consumers today whiling leveraging upcycled fabrications to make positive impacts on the world we all live in. For more information please contact (888) 884-6277 or

Company Disclaimers: As a "penny stock" company, within the meaning of federal and state securities law, Code Green Apparel may not avail itself of the Safe Harbor provisions as identified in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. However, Code Green Apparel provides the following disclaimer and warning to protect our shareholders, prospective investors and the public at large by alerting them to the risks and uncertainties involved with any investment, and the need to perform their own due diligence and assessment.
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Sunstone and Orion Welders reveal THE DADO – $3,900 Laser Welder

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The most affordable Laser Welder ever

Smallest & Most Affordable Laser Welder Ever.

THE DADO brings laser welding technology, once only available to those with large budgets, to virtually anyone interested in or needing a laser welder.”

— Jonathan Young

PAYSON, UT, UNITED STATES, March 20, 2019 / — Sunstone and Orion Welders introduces THE DADO Laser Welder—the smallest & (at $3,900) the most affordable laser welder in the world— featuring similar functionality as our higher-end laser welder models, but at less than a third of the price of most entry-level laser welders currently in the market. THE DADO opens the door to new markets throughout the world, where laser welding technology was previously cost prohibitive. Priced below $4,000 USD, THE DADO can be used by almost anyone and has a power range that can take on thousands of uses. It’s perfect for those needing to make quick, small welds on a lighter duty cycle, including hobbyists, research & development teams, dentists, orthodontists, optometrists, jewelers, and anyone working with metal.

“From a pricing standpoint THE DADO is a real game changer!” said Jonathan Young, CEO of Sunstone and Orion Welders. “THE DADO brings laser welding technology, once only available to those with large budgets, to virtually anyone interested in or needing a laser welder for their application.”

“With the introduction of THE DADO, Sunstone and Orion Welders demonstrates how we are really distancing ourselves from our competition, and bringing new welding opportunities for people to utilize technology that was once out of reach for them.”
Jonathan Young, CEO.

Features of THE DADO include:

– 0.2–1.5 mm adjustable spot size
– 12 simple power settings
– Small footprint (14x14in)
– 10x microscope
– Easy to use
– Robust design—built to last as long as any laser in the market
– 2-year warranty
– Water cooled
– 1 weld per second
– Easy setup and training
– Fantastic price!

We are the Micro Welding Experts, dedicated to leading the industry with high-tech and affordable welding solutions.

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