Miva Technologies and MivaTek Global to Exhibit at Productronica 2019

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Miva Technologies and their partner MivaTek Global look forward to interacting with attendees at Productronica 2019 at the Messe Munchen Trade Exhibition in Munich, Germany, November 12-15.  The company will be showcasing their 2400DT Dual Tray LED Direct Imaging System.  This system is equipped with 6 x 25 micron light engines, making the unit ideal for high throughput for imaging inner and outer layer dry film and solder mask panels.  

Chris Hrusovsky, MivaTek Global’s vice president of business development, commented, “Many of the larger global PCB manufacturers are seeking a cost affordable direct imaging system with state-of-the-art imaging quality and high panel capacities.  There is also a strong desire to coordinate the DI machines with automation.  At Productronica, we will be able to showcase this with our 2400DT machine and a number of automation systems.”  Hrusovsky also added, “MivaTek Global continues to grow our North American PCB customer base, recently receiving our 42nd Direct Imager order, a 2000L System, from a PCB manufacturer in Ohio.  This sale was completed with our partner Allen Woods.” 

Visit Miva Technologies and MivaTek Global on the show floor in Hall B3, Stand 436.




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