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ELTOS S.p.A., an Italian company leading in the production of printed circuits since 1980, has invested in two innovative and modern systems from atg Luther & Maelzer, the A9 and A9a Automated, to perform electrical tests quickly and efficiently.
The solutions installed at Eltos S.p.A guarantee exceptional productivity in the final process of electrical testing of printed circuits, especially in the case of the automated version. Thanks to the advancements in the latest models, the systems are capable of electrically testing medium and large quantities. Furthermore, the latest generation of automation has great flexibility, allowing users to load more codes ensuring greater system autonomy. This guarantees to optimize costs by eliminating the creation of test fixtures. The correct choice of test method and parameters are necessary to ensure that each PCB meets the requirements specified in the Performance Class IPC standards.
In a historic moment of great transformation and innovation, in order to be competitive, it is necessary to offer new solutions and opportunities to customers by installing the best systems on the market created by reliable partners with top-of-the-line technology and support. Investing in atg Luther & Maelzer systems is synonymous with extremely innovative solutions.
The long-standing relationship between Eltos and atg demonstrates the mutual trust and innovative character that distinguishes the two companies by sharing the same principles of precision, attention to detail and above all, quality of the technologies involved. The purchase of these two systems confirms a decennial collaboration that we hope will last much longer!
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
On the Wednesday of IPC APEX EXPO week, IPC President and CEO Dr. John W. Mitchell stylishly delivered his keynote address, “Fire Your Hiring Habits!” to a packed ballroom full of round tables all immaculately laid for a sit-down lunch. Announced by IPC Hall-of-Famer Joe O’Neil with a Rolling Stones track in the background, Mitchell’s presentation, subtitled “Finding and keeping the best talent is fundamental to building electronics better,” offered relevant and valuable guidance on understanding human nature and how this knowledge can help you find and keep the right individuals for your organisation.
John W. Mitchell, IPC
What goes down must also come up. This is not the idiom we’re used to hearing, but I’d like to apply it to IPC APEX EXPO 2023. After a few years of lower attendance numbers due to the COVID pandemic, 2023 ushered in a re-invigorated group of attendees, exhibitors, speakers, event contractors, and staff to the show floor and meeting rooms. IPC APEX EXPO 2023 was fueled by the possibilities of new advances in electronics manufacturing.
Christopher Bonsell, Chemcut
This year, I had the great opportunity to come to IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego as a contributing member in Chemcut’s booth. Being an exhibitor is always interesting because you never know what you will learn or who you will meet. Truly, it seems that every IPC APEX EXPO is an eye-opening experience. This was the second show I attended, and last year I was amazed to see how in-depth and interconnected the electronics industry is. Seeing how many different companies contribute to manufacturing today’s core technology never fails to impress me.