New Partnership for Taiyo Circuit Automation, Inc and Shur-Loc

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Taiyo Circuit Automation announced a new partnership with Shur-Loc Fabric System. This partnership will combine Taiyo Circuit Automation world renown range of solder mask equipment with Shur-Loc’s unique screen making system. 

The benefits of this unique system:

  • Enables express replacement of damaged mesh
  • No grinding of frames, no solvents or adhesives required
  • Consistent / repeatable screen quality and tensioning
  • Supplied pre angled in various mesh threads and counts for optimum printing quality. 

“The Shur-loc system has been available in North America for many years and has built a strong following,” says Stuart Down, European Sales Manager at Taiyo America. “Taiyo are excited to bring this unique system to our customers in the UK and Europe to complement our Taiyo Circuit Automation equipment.” 

“For years Shur-Loc has admired the superior quality and industry wide reliance on Circuit Automation’s equipment in the PCB market,” says David Larson, Vice President at Shur-Loc Fabric System. “Since the merger of Taiyo and Circuit Automation in 2020, they have become an increasing worldwide leader and driving force in the industry and one that Shur-Loc is excited and proud to be partnering with.” 

Taiyo Circuit Automation, Inc. was established as a subsidiary of Taiyo America, Inc in 2020, in Carson City, NV. We design and manufacture the world’s finest dual-sided solder mask coating and vertical drying equipment. We have served the printed circuit industry with highly reliable innovative machinery, engineered to exceed expectations. 

Shur-Loc Fabric Systems extensive experience in the textile and graphic screen-printing markets for over 30 years has led to the development of the most efficient and consistent PCB frame system available on the market today. Partnering with Taiyo Circuit Automation in the European market will not only give our valued customers ease of access to the best possible products but will also provide the reliable support that every customer deserves. 

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