Canadian Circuits Acquires Orbotech LDI System

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Canadian Circuits has acquired a new state-of-the-art Orbotech Paragon 9800 LDI system. The Paragon 9800 LDI system provides powerful performance for imaging of HDI, rigid, flex and rigid-flex PCBs. The system leverages large scan optics (LSO) technology and a combination of high LDI throughout and registrations accuracy for superior imaging results of even more challenging PCB applications

“This equipment acquisition takes Canadian Circuits into a new phase of PCB technology. Over the past few years, our team has worked extremely hard to improve our quality, technology and overall capabilities. The addition of this new equipment places us at the very top of ladder when it comes to becoming a premier PCB supplier. By listening to our customers, and hearing what their needs are we have successfully grown out business to the point where now we can meet all of their needs not only today but with the addition of the Paragon 9800 LDI system, in the future as well,” said Praveen Arya, president of Canadian Circuits.

About Canadian Circuits

In business since 1993 we have become one of North America’s leading innovators when it comes to PCBs. Our principle goal is to always exceed our customers’ expectations. We do this by being there with them every step of the way from the moment we receive your designs to after you received the boards. We excel in quick turn prototypes as well as production orders for both double sided and multilayer boards. We are highly competitive in the global marketplace. Always focused on giving our customers what they need to be successful drives us to always improving our technology and capabilities. At Canadian Circuits our entire team is focused on providing our cherished customers with the best PCB value on the market today.

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