For mass manufacture of electronic goods, dual in-line memory modules (DIMMs) are most efficiently inserted into motherboard sockets using robots. However, robots have limited insertion accuracy, especially when simultaneously placing multiple DIMMs which often results in robot crashes. This disclosure describes DIMM insertion girdles that assist in aligning DIMMs to sockets during placement. Girdles are described that can be used for manual and/or automated placement of DIMMs. The techniques result in decreased misplacements (robot crashes) and increased throughput.
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N/A, "Insertion girdle for dual in-line memory modules", Technical Disclosure Commons, (August 19, 2019)