Large 80-unit lands at MKS Instruments
The company’s latest flexible PCB laser processing solution is getting quite the attention. So much so that an unnamed Chinese PCB manufacturer has purchased 80 units.
Mekoprint ups game in medical electronics Strong growth in the need for digital healthcare solutions is paving the way for technological expansion at Mekoprint.
North American PCB industry sales up 3% in October Total North American PCB shipments in October 2020 were up 3.0% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, October shipments fell 12.6%, according to the IPC.
FTG Circuits Fredericksburg achieves Nadcap accreditation Firan Technology Group says that it has achieved Nadcap accreditation and certification at its printed circuit board manufacturing facility located in Fredericksburg, Virginia
AT&S PCBs enable fast and sensitive COVID-19 antigen test The global fight against the coronavirus is currently taking place on many levels. Whether it is about life-saving ventilators, supercomputers used to research vaccines or tests to identify a COVID infection – AT&S is doing its part supplying PCBs to many applications to support the fight.
Notion Systems sells another soldermask inkjet printer to Elekonta Marek Notion Systems says that it has sold another n.jet soldermask inkjet system to German PCB manufacturer Elekonta Marek.
Schweizer reaches another milestone at PCB plant in Jintan After the new Jintan plant (China) received its ISO 9001 certification at the beginning of the year, another important milestone for supplier qualification of the automotive market has been reached with the successful completion of the VDA 6.3 audit in Jintan.
U.S. PCB manufacturer expands manufacturing campus Ground was broken for a 35’000 square foot building addition in early October. The first of many construction phases for Calumet Electronic, which is expected to be complete during the autumn of 2021.
Continued growth for NCAB – a return to normalisation started in Q3 “During the first part of the third quarter, order intake remained weak. At the end of the quarter, however, we noted a general positive return towards more normal levels for the inflow of orders,” says Peter Kruk, who assumed the role of President and CEO on October 1.
Exception PCB adds new Direct Imager to its machine park UK-based PCB manufacturer, Exception PCB, has updated its machine park with the addition of a Ledia Direct Imager from Ucamco.
German PCB manufacturer acquires PCB trader Hannover-based PCB manufacturer ILFA is expanding is offering and capacities, significantly, via the acquisition of Skytech Europe GmbH.
The business situation has stabilised again for Schweizer The company says business development for the group stabilised again during the third quarter. The positive revenue momentum for this period came predominantly from the automotive sector.
Weakened demand led to a decline in sales for Aspocomp The Finnish PCB manufacturer says that demand varied greatly between different customer segments. However, the semiconductor industry segment shined a light and became the largest segment during the quarter.
US startup launches to make PCBs accessible to the masses Gerber Labs, an Orange County based engineering startup, is rolling out a platform aiming to make custom PCBs accessible to electrical engineering students, hobbyists and small businesses.
North American PCB industry sales up 7% in September Total North American PCB shipments in September 2020 were up 7% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, September shipments grew 21.3%.
AT&S appoints Simone Faath as CFO With the appointment of Simone Faath as CFO, the AT&S Management Board is now complete again.
Aspocomp invests in new generation oxide replacement line The Finnish PCB manufacturer says that the investment is part of its strategy to better serve customers in high speed, high frequency environments. 5G, cloud computing, autonomous driving and other advanced applications are requiring increasingly higher frequencies and the copper surface roughness has a great impact on signal losses.
ICAPE Group partners up with UCAMCO From October 1st, ICAPE Group initiated a collaboration with UCAMCO through the use of the INTEGR8TOR software to improve the quality and speed of our PCB quotes.
Hillebrand Chemicals GmbH spins off its electronics division Hillebrand Chemicals GmbH Electronic division has become an established supplier, deveolper and distributor of special chemicals for the production of printed circuit boards and IC substrates over the last four years. Now, it's becoming an independent company, nanogy GmbH
Taiwanese PCB manufacturer to lay off 600 employees In a response to slow demand, Taiwanese PCB manufacturer Mutual-Tek industries Co., is reportedly lay off about 600 employees in Taiwan and close all of its production lines in the country.
Eltos invests in Orbotech direct image system for solder mask Italian PCB manufacturer Eltos has been investing heavily to update its machine park recently. The company’s latest addition is a new direct image printing system for solder mask.
New deal with UK EV manufacturer enables Trackwise to scale up flex PCB production Trackwise Designs has signed a three-year agreement to manufacture and supply flexible printed circuit (FPC) boards to a UK manufacturer of electric vehicle (EVs). The agreement has the potential to be worth up to GBP 38 million over the period.
New managing director for NCAB Group Finland After nine successful years as Managing Director for NCAB Finland, Kim Fagerström will retire on the first of November.
ICAPE Group strengthens it’s footing in Japan The French PCB supplier has been acting in Japan since 2007. Since then, the group has taken more and more steps to cover the market in the country which has now led to it opening a new business unit, with an experienced and technical director.
North American PCB industry sales down 2.5% in August Total North American PCB shipments in August 2020 were down 2.5% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, August shipments fell 1.0%.
Peter Kruk takes the helm as the new CEO of NCAB Group After 17 years as CEO of NCAB Group, Hans Ståhl will retire from his position October 1st and Peter Kruk will be the new CEO as previously announced.
Italian PCB manufacturer continues to invest to up its capabilities Over the recent weeks, PCB manufacturer Eltos has continued to modernise and expand its machinery park.
Tate Technology selects Board Shark as its PCB supplier Board Shark PCB, a PCB solution provider, supplies Tate Technology, Inc. with many of its PCBs. Based in Spokane, Washington, Tate Technology provides consignment and turnkey contract electronic manufacturing for an array of industries.Load more news