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Arlon Electronic Materials, a specialty materials supplier based in Southern California, will be teaming up with Doosan Electro-Materials BG, at the IPC APEX EXPO 2017. Doosan will be promoting DS600 Flexible Copper Clad Laminates and DS7402, Halogen Free, High Tg FR-4 materials. Arlon will be highlighting the technological advantages of several specialty materials including the recently released, 85HP high performance polyimide system along with the reintroduction of multiple nonwoven aramid reinforced products.
Arlon’s recent distribution agreement with Doosan Electro-Materials BG will allow Arlon to provide sales and technical support of various products from Doosan. For Arlon EMD, this agreement enables expansion of product line offerings into the electronic materials industry, while enhancing Arlon’s focus on rigid-flex applications for military, avionics and space market segments.
The IPC APEX EXPO 2017 show will take place February 14th thru 16th, 2017 in San Diego, California. Arlon EMD and Doosan Electro-Materials BG will be located at booth # 3602.
About Arlon: Arlon EMD is a privately held, veteran owned, US manufacturer and distributor of specialty materials. Arlon has supplied materials for the N. American, UK and European markets for more than 25 years from their manufacturing location in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
For additional information, please visit our website.
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