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LPKF Laser & Electronics has announced it will exhibit at the 2013 DesignCon Expo, which takes place January 29-30 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif. From booth 870, LPKF will highlight its line of rapid PCB prototyping equipment by demonstrating its best-selling PCB milling machine, the ProtoMat S63.
Capable of producing double sided PCBs in less than an hour, the ProtoMat S63 is a benchtop PCB milling machine perfect for any engineering environment. Its specifications include 60,000 rpm spindle speed, 150 mm/s travel speed, and it boasts features such as the fiducial recognition camera which eliminates the need for set pins, and the 15-position automatic tool change which automates board production. These features make the ProtoMat S63 ideal for working on applications ranging from digital and analog to RF and microwave.
In-house PCB prototyping is an essential part of the R&D process, saving users time and money over outsourced prototyping alternatives. By eliminating errors early in the design process rather than late, late change fees are eliminated and time-to-market periods shrink. LPKF offers a range of milling machines and laser systems to fit every technical and budget requirement, as well as SMT finishing and assembly equipment.
To see the ProtoMat S63 in action or to learn more about in-house PCB prototyping in general, stop by booth 870 at the DesignCon Expo or visit www.lpkfusa.com/pcb/.
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