Artnetpro to Represent Altix in North America and in China


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Artnet Pro has signed an agreement with high technology PCB equipment manufacturer Altix to market, sell, and service their equipment in North American and the Far East region.

“We are very excited about this agreement. After many years of selling and servicing high-end used equipment, this is our first venture into introducing new equipment to our customer base. We are proud to be able to say that our first new equipment line is Altix. Their proven track-record for providing the PCB industry with a top-rate line of high technology equipment will allow us to provide our customers with some of the best equipment in the world. We also feel that by combining Altix’s excellent products and our proven track-record of outstanding service will make buying Altix equipment an excellent option for our customers. We are particularly excited to introduce our customers to Altix’s fine line of direct imaging products,” said Meir Polack, managing partner of Artnet Pro.

“This is a partnership that we are excited about. Artnet’s excellent reputation for educated sales and service combined with our reputation for producing some of the finest high technology products in the world will provide our customers both here in North America and in the FarEast as well a complete packaged solution. We look at this partnership with a great deal of optimism,” added Sylvain Dromaint, vice president and general manager of Altix North America.

About Artnet Pro

Artnet Pro provides cost-effective highly reliable PCB fabrication equipment together with state-of-the-art support and technical services to PCB (printed circuit board) manufacturers.

The company sells, installs, maintains and repairs a wide range of PCB equipment from leading manufacturers such as Altix, Orbotech and Camtek. The offering includes laser direct imaging systems, laser photoplotters, AOI systems and CAM/CAM stations as well as PCB design, PCB scanning and other related PCB engineering services.

Headquartered in the Silicon Valley, California, Artnet Pro was co-founded in 1989 by a group of seasoned professionals in the PCB industry. For more information click here.

About ALTIX Automa-Tech

Altix Automa-Tech has been operating at the leading edge of technology since 1991. Innovation after innovation, Altix has delivered hundreds of contact exposure units (with mask/artwork or glass mask) and recently, direct imaging units installed in each continent—with more than 600 machines currently producing every day, all over the world. All Altix equipment can meet the most demanding high resolution (HDI) state-of-the-art electronic board design, along with perfect registration alignment, thanks to highly accurate CCD alignment and even partitioning exposure.

Extreme adaptability, combined with technical leadership and field-proven solutions are our focus at Altix, all supported by a customer service team that strives to be efficient, helpful and friendly during each client interaction. Altix is always working hard to maximize our customer’s uptime and performance by using strong local support all over the world, which is enhanced by our tele-maintenance and remote technical assistance.

For your future contact printer or direct imaging equipment needs, please allow Altix to be your outstanding business partner.  Imaging with us! For more information, click here

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