Colonial Circuits Adds Second atg Flying Probe Test System


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atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH confirms the order for high-speed bare board testing technology.

Colonial Circuits and atg Luther Maelzer GmbH have expanded their partnership by adding a new atg A5NEO Flying probe test system. This is Colonial Circuits’ second atg systems and has recently been installed at their facility in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

 With our systematic approach to decrease cycle times and determination to support our customers’ needs the atg A5NEO has been a great addition to meet those requirements.

About Colonial Circuits

Colonial Circuits is currently in its 37th year as a full-service manufacturer of high quality circuit boards. The company's 60 dedicated employees serve military, space, and commercial markets from its 40,000 square foot facility in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Colonial's capabilities include rigid, flexible, and rigid/flex, prototype through low volume offering a wide range of technologies including HDI, blind/Buried vias, laser drilling, micro filled vias, controlled depth drill/rout, sequential laminations, hybrid-constructions/mixed laminates, heavy copper circuitry and numerous certifications. With lead times as short as 24 hours make Colonial a prime choice for the industry's low volume, high reliability needs. For more information go to www.colonialcircuits.com

About atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH

With more than 150 employees’ worldwide, atg Luther & Maelzer is the leading supplier of electrical testing solutions for the Printed Circuit Board industry. We have solutions for every application regardless of product type, batch size or technology deployed. Our atg flying probe tester products are renowned for Automation, speed, accuracy, versatility and ease of use, while the Luther & Maelzer universal grid tester product range is known worldwide for high throughput, repeatability, gentle handling and precision accuracy.

atg's A5NEO testers utilize 8 flying probe test heads, multiple optical recognition systems, and a wide variety of advanced, high-speed electrical test measurement techniques to electrically test all types of PCB's for continuity and isolation. Board sizes of 24" x 18", with small pad/fine pitch technology can be tested quickly and easily. Special options, such as, 4-wire Kelvin tests, Hi-pot test, Latent defect test, and others can be provided.

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