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50 The PCB Magazine • February 2014 n e w S Multiple PCB Manufacturers Choose atg Flying Probe Tech atg luther & maelzer Gmbh, confirms multiple new orders for high-speed bare board testing tech- nology. three leading Pcb manufacturers and one leading outsourcing company have recently re- leased orders for atg's a7 test equipment systems. PCB Solutions Nets Another Perfect Score on Supplier Review "our internal processes provide consistency for our customers and the quarter after quarter of perfect scores with companies like mac prove our system is working," said Greg engstrom, president of Pcb Solutions. Isola Expands Production of I-Speed Material Into Asia the company announced it has successfully tran- sitioned the manufacturing of its low-loss, i-Speed material to asia. ray Sharpe, president and ceo, commented, "in addition to reducing the cost of i- Speed in asia, this transition will reduce lead times and enables our customers to be more responsive to the market." Sunshine Employs Frontline's InPlan Engineering System orbotech Pacific ltd., the asia Pacific subsidiary of orbotech ltd. has announced that Shenzhen Sun- shine circuits technology co., ltd., a leading Pcb producer in Shenzhen, china, has fully applied the inPlan engineering system developed by Frontline Pcb Solutions. Park Electrochemical Reports Sales Drop in Q3 Park electrochemical corporation reported net sales of $39,678,000 for the third quarter end- ed december 1, 2013 compared to net sales of $41,265,000 for the third quarter ended novem- ber 25, 2012. Park's net sales for the nine months ended december 1, 2013 were $127,613,000 compared to net sales of $133,741,000 for the nine months ended november 25, 2012. Burkle Gets Capital Increase with New Investor the plant manufacturer robert burkle Gmbh announces the arrival of the private equity com- pany nimbus, based in Zeist, the netherlands. the investor with an interest in long-term invest- ments has acquired a stake with a significant capi- tal increase. Atotech Details New Photoresist Adhesion Process cupraetch dt25, atotech's new photoresist adhesion process, is a very suitable pre-treatment for dry film and liquid photoresist. it features trac- er elements for an optimized process control and is ideal for high-volume manufacturing. MorTech Offers wide Range of PCB Mfg Products to U.S. mortech President lino Sousa states, "we strive to provide our customers with unparalleled products, service and support. Superior quality is of the ut- most importance so we've partnered with some of the top suppliers in the industry in order to afford just that." LPKF Offers New Uv Laser Depaneling Systems the microline 2000 Series benefits from a low- stress uV laser source, which provides two main advantages: the elimination of mechanical stress and the ability to process a wide variety of circuit materials, including flexible, rigid, and rigid-flex substrates. Court Rejects Patent Infringement Claim Against Atotech the second instance of the taiwan intellectual Property court confirmed that atotech's Stan- natech® process and equipment were not af- fected by a competitor's patent. the judgment confirmed the first instance's rejection of a patent claim against atotech after a competitor took legal action for the alleged infringement of one of its patents. PCB007 Supplier/New Product News Highlights 50 The PCB Magazine • February 2014

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