MivaTek Installs Two LED Direct Imaging Systems

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MivaTek Global’s Vice President of Business Development, Chris Hrusovsky, is pleased to announce the company installed two additional Miva LED Direct Imaging Systems in June. Hrusovsky commented, “One of our installations included a 2400DT Dual Tray System to a PCB customer in South China. This company installed their second Miva DI machine for processing solder mask in high volumes on rigid-flex panels. Our Chinese Partner, WKK, assisted our own technical engineer with the installation.” 

The company also installed a 2000L machine, their 38th operating LED DI system in North America, to a customer in the Midwest for imaging inner and outer layer dry films, as well as solder mask panels. Hrusovsky added, “We also reached a milestone by accepting our 40th direct imaging machine order for a customer in the South Eastern United States. This sale was completed with our partner Photo Chemical Solutions.”



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