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Articles Tagged with ''lpkf''

LPKF sues mobile phone manufacturer over patent infringement

Laser Direct Structuring (LDS), a process patented by LPKF, is increasingly used in the manufacturing of complex antennas for mobile phones or tablet PCs. As the popularity of this technology increases, so has the number of infringements on this patent, which grants the laser technology specialist LPKF exclusive rights to the LDS process.


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LPKF extends laser plastic welding business

LPKF is one of the leading global suppliers of laser welding systems for plastics. This product area has been growing rapidly for a number of years. Revenue growth was hindered recently due to capacity bottlenecks at the location of Erlangen.This week the board of directors of the LPKF Group sealed the planned move to a new production and office building by signing a purchase contract. At around 10,000 m² the new premises in Fürth is more than twice as big as the previous location and offers further potential for expansion.


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LPKF to host PCB prototyping demo at MTT-S

Attendees of the 2013 International Microwave Symposium (IEEE MTT-S) Exhibition will have the opportunity to see printed circuit boards made live and in-person by visiting LPKF Laser & Electronics in booth 2215. The in-house rapid PCB prototyping specialist has announced that they will be demonstrating two PCB prototyping systems at the exhibition, which takes place at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Wash., June 4-6.


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PCB prototyping machine on display at Design West 2013

LPKF Laser & Electronics has announced it will exhibit at the 2013 Design West Exposition, which takes place April 23-25 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA. From booth 1646, LPKF will demonstrate its line of in-house rapid PCB prototyping equipment by creating boards on its top of the line PCB milling machine, the ProtoMat S103.


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