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Sunrise Electronics has acquired and installed a new MASS Via Fill and Planarization system.
“This is a great piece of equipment for us as more and more of our customers’ requirements included via fill of both epoxy and silver. As the industries’ technology demands increase it is not only our goal but our mission to stay ahead of the curve. We feel that only by re-investing in our company will we be able to retain our technological edge over the rest of the market,” Ashok Patel, president and founder of Sunrise Electronics.
About Sunrise Electronics
Founded in 1996 Sunrise Electronics is the leading provider of high-technology, high reliability fast turnaround PCBs. Included in their high tech capabilities: BBV and microvia technology, sequential lamination, via in pad (epoxy and silver-filled), back-drilling, thin capacitance layers, hybrid dielectric packages, Metal core fabrication and High speed & RF packages. They are committed to giving their customers the fastest PCB solutions available today they provide quotes in 4 hours or less, fabrication in 12 hours to 10 days and standard lead times in 3 days.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
At last, a live EIPC conference and this time in the Swedish city of Örebro, “where history and contemporary culture converge,” a pleasant and convenient location for an event that included a privileged visit to the Ericsson facility in Kumla. Around 100 delegates made the journey and the Örebro Scandic Grand Hotel was an excellent conference venue for the June 14-15 conference.
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
We asked columnist Michael Carano to discuss the latest innovations in plating equipment and chemicals, as well as some of the drivers in this segment, and the biggest challenges and opportunities he sees in plating today. As Michael points out, despite all of the technological advances in this industry, process engineers still need a solid understanding of Faraday’s Law and Ohm’s Law to successfully plate PCBs.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
The British Motor Museum in Warwickshire, housing the world's largest collection of historic British cars, was venue for the 2022 Annual Symposium of the Institute of Circuit Technology on June 8, which attracted a substantial gathering of manufacturers and suppliers from the UK printed circuit industry. ICT chair Emma Hudson reflected upon lessons learned during the pandemic lock-down and how the industry has successfully adapted to circumstances. She commented that the UK’s PCB fabricators are extremely busy, as she introduced an outstanding conference programme including a keynote from the incomparable Happy Holden.