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Publication Date: 10/1/2010
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PFC Flexible Circuits Expands Flex SMT Capacity
Toronto, ON, Canada — PFC Flexible Circuits Limited has expanded its assembly capacity and its capabilities.
"Many of our customers are asking for full turnkey solutions," said Anish Somaiya, COO at PFC. "They see the value in being able to deal with one vendor that can provide design services, manufacturing and assembly. The turnkey process gives them fewer vendors, shorter lead times and overall lower costs."
PFC has completed the installation of an additional automated assembly line consisting of a DEK semi-automatic printer with vision system, a Panasonic high-speed pick-and-place system, a Folungwin lead-free capable 8-zone reflow oven, a Cluso optical vision inspection/verification system, and an Ascentech Ionic contamination test system.
The new assembly line will support smaller package sizes such as 0201s today and is capable of placing 1005s in the future. "Our strategy is to provide customers (with) complete solutions from initial concept to delivered product. In the past three years we have added engineering tools to improve our design services and we have added manufacturing capabilities for rigid flex and fine line technology. Now it is time to beef up our assembly throughput." said Steve Kelly President and founder of PFC.
Contact: PFC Flexible Circuits Ltd, 11 Canadian Road, Unit # 7, Scarborough, ON, Canada
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