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On September 7-10 at the SATELLITE 2021 Conference and Exhibition in Washington D.C., Calumet Electronics will showcase domestic PCB and substrate manufacturing technologies for enabling next-generation electronics systems to be produced within the United States. SATELLITE 2021 is recognized as a critical and inclusive gathering of space and satellite thought leaders. Calumet will highlight its domestic manufacturing readiness for highly integrated HDI PCBs and for organic substrate manufacturing technologies for advanced multichip packaging.
Calumet Electronics is 100% American-owned, 100% American-made, and the nation’s only SBA HUBZone-certified PCB manufacturing company. Working to close the capability gap between Asia and America, Calumet supports the secure manufacturing of unrivaled electronics systems in the U.S. utilizing advanced additive technologies bolstered by trusted supply chains. Calumet is a leader in Averatek A-SAP™ additive manufacturing, offering copper features down to 15 microns, which vastly increase circuit density, speed, and signal integrity.
Satellite and space industry representatives will have the opportunity to talk to Calumet Electronics leadership directly during the show, then learn more about the company’s next-generation technologies at calumetelectronics.com. Engineers are also encouraged to call Calumet to discuss how these technologies can impact overall design and performance for the lifetime of an application.
For 40 years, SATELLITE has served as the largest and most significant business gathering, innovation platform, and media event of the year for space and satellite leaders. Executives, engineers, government officials, and commercial customers convene at SATELLITE to solve global challenges, bridge the digital divide, increase access to space, cultivate innovation and future leadership, collaborate on policy, and network with colleagues and peers. At SATELLITE 2021 industry leaders will gather with young professionals and entrepreneurs to engage in discussions that will shape the future of commercial space.