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Xiamen Guangpu Electronics Co., Ltd., a leading Chinese manufacturer of LED lighting, photoelectric sensors, IoT based hardware and FPC products, has expressed its trust in Altix by ordering multiple Direct Imaging machines.
The company’s ongoing success on the international market paves the way for its expansion of production capabilities.
Coupled to its current orders of both Contact Printing and Direct Imaging Reel-to-Reel (RtR) machines, Xiamen Guangpu Electronics Co., Ltd. ordered an additional Adix direct imager for multicolor soldermask applications.
Frédéric Baradel, Altix VP confides: ‘We are very pleased to further develop our presence on the Chinese market. This repeat order shows their confidence in our expertise to deliver high-quality equipment accompanied by dedicated customer service.’
The Adix is a dedicated UV LED DMD solution for all processes (inner and outer layer, soldermask) based on the innovative ALDS-Power4 + ™ technology with 4 LEDs per head.
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
As flexible printed circuits (FPC) continue making waves in PCB manufacturing, the Altix team of Alexis Guilbert, Damien Boureau, and Alexandre Camus look at today’s use cases for FPCs, and detail the finer points of roll-to-roll technology vs. direct imaging. For example, how long can a flexible circuit be? Which technology works best with extremely long circuits, and how does a customer know which one to use? The I-Connect007 Editorial Team explores these trending topics and what it means for PCB manufacturers.
Stan Farnsworth, NovaCentrix
It’s no secret that electronics products are being asked to do more, pushing the boundaries of technological capabilities. Next-gen consumer products like flexible wearables and foldable mobile devices are proving themselves to be more than a fad, with start-ups and major companies alike booming on the market for the past few years.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
For the first time since its foundation in 1974, the Institute of Circuit Technology had no alternative than to conduct its Annual General Meeting online. The event, which took place on February 25, 2021, was remarkably well-attended, and was followed, as is traditional, by a technical seminar. The seminar became a webinar focused on novel materials and methods for printed circuit fabrication and moderated by ICT Chair Emma Hudson.