atg Luther & Maelzer to Exhibit at HKPCA Show 2018


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atg Luther & Maelzer will exhibit the A8a flying probe test solution at the upcoming HKPCA Show scheduled to take place December 5-7, 2018 at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, China.

The A8a Automatic Bare Board Flying Probe Test System provides the flexibility of flying probe test while delivering high throughput. The A8a is atg Luther & Maelzer’s latest innovation in high performance, high accuracy automatic flying probe testing. The A8a can significantly contribute to the profitability of our customers by combining flexibility with high throughput exceeding capabilities of standard flying probe testers. The recently launch A8aL features an even larger test area with up to 480 mm x 420 mm.

About Hong Kong Printed Circuit Association (HKPCA)

HKPCA is a non-profit-making association which was founded in Hong Kong in 2000.

As the unique representative of the Hong Kong PCB industry, we aim to promote and maintain the rights and interests for the industry. Performing the communication liaison role within the industry, a diversified communication platform is provided by HKPCA so that our members can be closely linked. Also, HKPCA represents the industry expressing our ideas and opinions to the government and relevant organizations.

HKPCA has more than 470 members. Total production values reach around 9.4 billion dollars which occupy 36% of the PCB industry in China. Member categories differ from PCB manufacturers, PCB equipment, suppliers of chemicals and raw materials and other trade and software companies. HKPCA member base will be broadened by recruiting more and more qualified members. With all our efforts, the China PCB industry develops more prosperously. For more information, please click here

atg Luther & Maelzer

With more than 180 employees worldwide, atg Luther & Maelzer is the leading supplier of electrical testing solutions for the Printed Circuit Board industry. atg Luther & Maelzer offers two product lines: flying probe and universal grid testers.

For additional information, meet company representatives at the show or click here.

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