Altix Receives Repeat AcuReel Contact Printer Order


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Altix is delighted to deepen their ties with Elcoflex, a European pioneer in Roll-to-Roll production based in Finland. Their latest development efforts are targeted to mass produced IoT devices such as Smart Labels, Printed Batteries and Supercapacitors.

This new AcuReel unit will focus on dry film and soldermask exposure using Altix’s latest OmniLight™ HR light source. The machine will boast the latest endless stitching function and will be capable of double-sided registration prior to soldermask exposure. Moreover, the system’s tailor-made unwinder and winder pair is entirely designed & manufactured by Altix in France.

‘This latest purchase order is of the utmost importance to us’ underlines Alexis Guilbert, Altix Sales & Product Manager. ‘A roll-to-roll specialist such as Elcoflex renewing their trust in us is a testament to our RtR exposure capabilities’.

‘Altix's ability to meet our special requirements and understanding the challenges of roll-to-roll exposure were the main factors in deciding to purchase the newest line from them.’ says Timo Peltoniemi, Managing Director of Elcoflex.

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