Flexible Circuits Acquires Second CBT/MLI DI System from Technica


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Technica USA reported that Flexible Circuits installed a second CBT/MLI DI system last year.

Dave Stollsteimer, president of Flexible Circuits stated, “Our first purchase of the CBT/MLI DI system five years ago significantly changed our company’s capability, technology and quality. When we decided last year to broaden our use of DI imaging in our operation, it was a no brainer to consider a second CBT/MLI DI. The first machine has been a workhorse. The machine performance was everything that was promised and the support from Technica has been excellent. We are very pleased to have established the relationship with CBT/MLI and Technica USA for our DI needs.”

Frank Medina, president of Technica USA said, “Needless to say, we are pleased when customers purchase multiple DI units from us. It is a reflection of the equipment’s performance and the significant investment we made to support the current and future install base. Flexible Circuits was one of our earlier adopters of the MLI Technology. Very early on, they recognized the benefits DI would bring to their operation and to their customers. Both purchases were large investments for Flexible Circuits and we are grateful for the trust they placed in Technica when making these purchases.”

Stollsteimer concluded, “I would highly recommend the CBT/MLI & Technica combination to anyone considering the purchase of DI equipment. You will be totally pleased with your decision.”

About Flexible Circuits

Flexible Circuits, Inc. is a World Class electronics company that designs, engineers, manufactures and does the mixed technology assembly of high end flexible circuit interconnects. FCI's expertise lies in supplying high technology, fine line, high hole aspect ratio, high layer count (Types I, II, III, multilayer rigid-flex up to 36 layers in production environment) to the Military and Aerospace industries.  We are firmly entrenched in the Mil/Aero field and the vast knowledge of our Engineering staff allows us to take a project from concept of design to a fully integrated solution with ease, saving our customers time and money with the proper solution to their interconnect demands.  Flexible Circuits, Inc. has been in business for over 54 years with it's headquarters located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

About Technica USA

Technica, USA provides the highest quality equipment and process materials, manufactured worldwide, for the printed circuit board fabrication and assembly markets as well as the microelectronic, photovoltaic and printed electronics markets. For more information on Technica, USA, please contact Jason Perry at 1-408-240-5950 or click here.

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