Elco Group Implements Orbotech’s Nuvogo 1000XL Digital Imaging Solution


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Orbotech LTD., announced today that Elco Group, an international leader in PCB production with plants in Italy, The Netherlands and China, has successfully integrated Orbotech’s Nuvogo 1000XL into its Italian production facility near to Rome.

The Nuvogo series is Orbotech’s new generation of direct imaging (DI) solutions, capable of imaging on almost every dry-film and resist type. The Nuvogo 1000XL was selected to boost Elco Group’s digital production capacity due to its large double table-based system, high volume capabilities and superior quality.

“Elco Group invests continuously in new systems and technologies in order to meet the high demands of the market. We always strive to increase overall productivity and product quality,” stated Carlo Guidetti, President at Elco Group. “Our experience with Orbotech systems and technologies is excellent. Consequently, selecting Orbotech’s new Nuvogo XL was an obvious choice when we decided to digitalize our entire imaging department, including patterning and Solder Mask.” 

The Nuvogo 1000XL Digital Imaging system is a cost-effective solution designed for high throughput digital imaging for PCB production. Offering unmatched depth of focus (DoF), the Nuvogo 1000XL delivers superior quality digital pattern imaging on both outer and inner layers with unparalleled line accuracy.   

Orbotech’s MultiWave Laser Technology™ ensures that the Nuvogo 1000XL provides maximum flexibility on a vast range of patterning and solder mask resists. Incorporating Orbotech’s field-proven Large Scan Optics (LSO) Technology™, this powerful system delivers optimal production quality, without compromising its fast throughput.

“Elco Group is a long-time Orbotech partner with multiple Orbotech solutions already implemented in their production facilities,” said Arik Gordon, Corporate Vice President and President of Orbotech’s PCB Division. “We are certain that the innovative technology in the Nuvogo 1000XL will help the Elco Group to increase its production capacity, lower its total cost of ownership, reduce scrap and maintain their competitive edge in the large format (XL) panel market.”  

About Elco

Group Elco Group has been a PCB producer since 1970. The company is an international leader in PCB production with plants in Italy, The Netherlands and China and is gaining market share as a global supplier. The company handles a large variety of requests: from quick turn prototype to mass production, from double face up to 40 layer boards. Elco addresses the HDI market, requests for complex products, and the XL PCBs niche market. By focusing on customer satisfaction and continuous technological upgrades, Elco has become a leader in the European PCB market.   

About Orbotech Ltd.

Orbotech Ltd. is a global innovator of enabling technologies used in the manufacture of the world’s most sophisticated consumer and industrial products throughout the electronics and adjacent industries. The Company is a leading provider of yield enhancement and production solutions for electronics reading, writing and connecting, used by manufacturers of printed circuit boards, flat panel displays, advanced packaging, micro-electro-mechanical systems and other electronic components. Virtually every electronic device is produced using Orbotech technology.

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