New Desmear Line from TSK Schill GmbH in Operation at Hofstetter PCB AG


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TSK supplies its long-standing and highly valued customer with a new horizontal chemical wet process machine.

TSK Schill GmbH continues to make progress in wet process machine engineering. Their long-time customer Hofstetter PCB AG in Switzerland invests in a new Desmear line, after the old line had now unfortunately become outdated. The exceptionally good cooperation between Hofstetter and TSK made the project a success, and now that commissioning has been completed, the customer is ready for the future.

"We are very proud to have implemented a very important project with the new Desmear line for Hofstetter PCB in this time and are looking forward to support also in future requests," says Sales Manager Marc Aicheler. 

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