In this example, the CP16 platform has been configured for a custom soldering application. Parts are fed from a vibratory bowl in a left and right orientation. The top-heavy nature of the part means it needs to be flipped 180 degrees upon removal from the dead nest before handoff to the pick-and-place head. Solder paste is dispensed on the circuit board beforehand and the parts are placed through slots on the board. The brass parts present a sizeable heat sink and hydrogen gas, obtained from cracking distilled water, is burned and the heat is transferred to the brass. The heat travels through the brass and the thermal mass of the part helps create an ideal profile to reflow the solder paste.