IEC Announces Sale of Flying Test Probe From atg Luther & Maelzer to Candor Industries Inc.


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Toronto’s own Candor Industries Inc., an innovative and extremely capable PCB manufacturer, has installed a new atg A5NEO Flying Probe Test System from atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH with the help of IEC Canada. This purchase will further assist Candor Industries in qualifying and testing both their simple and highly complex circuit boards to ensure Candor’s excellent quality standards.

Sunny Patel of Candor commented on the purchase, “The A5NEO is a great fit for us because it combines value, speed, and accuracy to allow us to push for our goal of growth and throughput at Candor. The A5NEO is a valuable addition to our current atg family.”

The A5NEO testers come equipped with 8 flying probe test heads, multiple optical recognition systems, and a wide variety of advanced, high-speed electrical test measurement techniques to electrically test all types of PCBs for continuity and isolation.

atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH – Headquartered in Wertheim, Germany, they are the leading supplier of electrical testing solutions for the Printed Circuit Board industry. Their flying probe tester equipment is world renowned for automation capability, speed, accuracy, versatility, and ease of use.

IEC – IEC Canada and IEC USA is the longest serving distributor of consumables, equipment, and services in the North American printed circuit board industry for over 50 years. IEC has established themselves as a dependable, responsive organization with locations in Toronto, Canada, Santa Clara, CA, Chicago, IL, and Norristown, PA. IEC and atg Luther & Maelzer have been working closely for over 8 years.

Candor Industries Inc. – Founded in 1999, Candor Industries prides themselves on providing forward-thinking solutions for 21st century, complex technologies. Innovation and modernization of their processes, such as eliminating the usage of formaldehyde, EDTA, ammonia-based etch chemistry, and more are the keystones to their success.

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