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Custom Electronics Company invests in Mycronic equipment

Custom Electronics Company, a small contract electronics assembly provider in Gaithersburg, Maryland, has recently invested in new SMT equipment from Mycronic.
The company has invested to directly meet today’s technical challenges, recent additions include engineering and test capabilities in conjunction with Allied Component Works, and updated SMT capabilities with the adoption of Mycronic SMT equipment.

The new Mycronic MY200 pick-and-place machine is equipped with a high speed HYDRA placement head, and a high-resolution linescan vision system for on-the-fly component inspection. The company can now also handle small runs with automated equipment and more easily handle cut tape and bulk packaged parts typical of prototype assemblies.

“With advanced technical knowledge and the newest machinery available, Custom Electronics Company is now firmly positioned in the top tier of assembly providers in Maryland,” says Rick Heflin, Owner and President, and continues: “This unique and growing company provides a dynamic, research intensive customer base with critical early stage support and a clear path to high volume product manufacturing.”

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