Viking Test to Demo a Variety of Equipment at productronica 2017


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Leading PCB service and equipment supplier, Viking Test will be exhibiting at this year’s productronica in Munich, Germany. Viking will be demonstrating the UCE Nano precision etching machine, with vacuum technology which eliminates puddling and greatly improves etching uniformity on ultra-fine structures, complete with automated loading and unloading. Also featured will be the Sowotech automatic hot-roll cut-sheet dry film laminator, with full auto-load and unload, and the Pluritec solder mask spray coating system for automatic in line production.

To learn more about Viking Test and the products they offer, visit them on the show floor in Hall B3 Booth 444.

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