Merlin Circuit Technology Installs New XRF Equipment


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Merlin Circuit Technology has announced the purchase and installation of a Fischer XDAL 237 SDD XRF to meet the requirements and ensure compliance to the new IPC 4552A ENIG specification (released September 17), and to optimize the ENIG plating process. The purchase is in addition to and upgrades Merlin’s existing XRF capability.

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