Technica USA to Distribute Meyer Burger’s Inkjet Soldermask Technology in North America


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Technica USA has announced that they had reached a Master Distribution Agreement with Meyer Burger to promote and support Meyer Burger's inkjet soldermask technology based on "PiXDRO JETx" systems.

Meyer Burger is a leading global technology company specializing in innovative systems and processes with its competencies and technologies in the photovoltaics, semiconductor, optoelectronic and other high-tech industries like the printed circuit board (PCB) industry. The company has successfully developed the inkjet soldermask technology over the last couple of years.

Frank Medina, President of Technica USA stated, “The PiXDRO JETx rounds out the product offering we have to assist our customers in the area of soldermask application and imaging. Meyer Burger has been very active in developing and perfecting this technology for soldermask for quite some time. I am familiar with their success in the solar cell manufacturing market based on our own involvement in this market. For this reason, we believe they will be a major supplier in the PCB industry as well.”

Ernst Gockel, General Manager of Meyer Burger Netherlands commented, “We are happy to have partnered with an experienced distributor like Technica. They have vast knowledge of the PCB process and are positioned well to provide the proper sales and service support for our product line in this market.”

Medina added, “Both companies are excited about the opportunity to work together and expand the Meyer Burger footprint in the North American market”.

Technica will be exhibiting a PiXDRO JETx system at its booth during IPC 2020 in Hall D Booth # 4423.

About Technica USA

Technica, USA provides the highest quality equipment and process materials, manufactured worldwide, for the printed circuit board fabrication and SMT assembly markets. For more information on Technica, USA, please contact Jason Perry at 1-408-240-5950 or visit our web site at www.technica.com

 

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