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Laser Services Inc. has announced that as part of their ongoing commitment to ISO and AS 9100 standards, they have recently reached a new plateau in process management.
Laser Services Inc. has announced the hiring of several new team members in response to over a 15 percent growth in 2011.
Laser Services Inc. has announced the addition of a new microscope-aligned CO2 laser to bring greater capacity to their substrate and PCB cutting department. This brings the total of microscope-aligned CO2 lasers to four in daily operation, adding 33 percent capacity to their fine alignment capability. This increased capacity allows for quicker order turns and shorter lead times.
Engineers at IMS 2012 in Montreal, Canada looking for guidance on how best to employ lasers to aid in cutting, drilling and ablating materials will find help from the Laser Services team in booth #215. One such technique being adopted around the microwave industry is using laser ablation to create solder dams on circuits.
LaserServices Inc. (www.laserservicesusa.com), a precision laser job shop located in Westford, MA, has announced that they have been awarded a $61,200 Workforce Training Fund grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for an employee training and professional development project. Laser Services will use the grant for training programs for 32 employees and expects to create four new jobs as a result of this project.
LPKF Laser & Electronics (www.lpkfusa.com), a printed circuit board technology and microelectronics company, has announced that they will be offering a free webinar on “Maximizing R&D Efficiency with In-house PCB Prototyping: Insights for RF and Microwave Executives,” presented by president of LPKF North America, Stephan Schmidt, and market development representative, Shane Stafford.
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.
MicroConnex, a rapidly growing flex circuit fabricator in the Seattle area who has a reputation for producing some of the world’s best complex- fine-line/fine-pitch designs, announced the purchase, installation, and deployment of an Orbotech Paragon 9800m Laser Direct Imaging system — aka the LDI.
LPKF Laser & Electronics has announced it will exhibit at the 2013 Electronics New England Exposition, which takes place April 10-11 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, MA. From booth 1019, LPKF will highlight its line of in-house rapid PCB prototyping equipment by creating boards with its best-selling PCB milling machine, the ProtoMat S63.
Rache Corp. has developed a proprietary laser cutting process that can cut virtually all thin, ferrous metal and non-ferrous metal foils that range between .0005” to .060” thickness (.005 to .040 inches for aluminum, brass, and copper).
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