This is part of a tail light assembly for a vehicle which has a stop function and turn signal built-in.
This is part of a tail light assembly that involved rigid flex design with integrated aluminum heat sync, mounted on a plastic bracket with heat staking.
This part is a side marker, with a wire harness connecting the LED “driver board” to the “LED” board.
This is part of an RF lock that was designed by MAKS engineers for a hotel chain in Las Vegas.
This product was designed by MAKS for Mag-Strip cards.
This board was re-engineered by MAKS for cost reduction and manufacturability.
This is an entire tail light assembly mounted on a Plexiglass board. The purpose was for bench testing the entire assembly.