Multicircuits Installs New Fully Automated Orbotech 600 LDI


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Michael Thiel, VP of Operations at Multicircuits, announced the installation of a new Orbotech 600 LDI with Technosystem automation.

The Orbotech Nuvogo 600 LDI will be used for the company’s solder mask applications. As part of Multicircuits’ automation initiative, the Technosystem automation was designed and built with a barcoded two-robot system.

When making the announcement, Thiel said, “Installing this system is a key part of our commitment to automation and integrated manufacturing system. We are committed to making Multicircuits as streamlined and efficient using automation wherever possible. We believe this is the future of our company and the industry as well.”

Multicircuits is dedicated to responding to your critical needs, delivering high quality, highly reliable, competitively priced products, when you need them, where you need them. Learn more at www.multicircuits.com.

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