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Press Releases from APROS (4 total)

Posalux: Lasers for all Environments

Laser light can become a powerful tool when integrated into a high-precision machinetool environment. Posalux offers such machine-tool solutions for the micromachining of various applications in the medical, electronic and automotive industry. Since the company introduced the first FEMTO laser machine for the automotive industry, it has added more applications to its portfolio. With the recent development of the model FEMTO MONO, Posalux offers a compact yet versatile solution for

Femtolaser - Micro-drilling and processing with unprecedented precision

The new individual Posalux series has been successfully tested on the market - Femtolaser Swiss Posalux has been on the market since 1943. Its laser drilling machine has now been expanded to include microtechnology. Drilling at unprecedented precision and speed have become possible. One femtosecond (1 fs) corresponds to 10-15 seconds, a quadrillionth of a second. A femtosecond, 0.000,000,000,000,001 seconds, is an unimaginably short unit of time for the impulse frequency

6-digit investments in state-of-the-art technology in PCB production

Product developers know that they need to engage in a close exchange with the producers at all times for prototypes of their PCBs to ensure that they are producible as planned. Exotic or highly innovative requirements quickly reach the limits of feasibility, since the production lines are not designed for certain prototypes or demands. Becker & Müller Schaltungsdruck GmbH from Kinzigtal in the Black Forest know this, of course. Prototype

Innovative Routing Technologies- Depth Routing

Mechanical routing technology is ideal for PCB manufacturers who target high tech markets and prepare themselves for the customer’s demands of today and tomorrow. Depth routing technology supports a high end market with the need for accuracy, miniaturization, process stability and the need for productivity. The market's demands for finer structures have grown considerably over the years. Aside from smaller components, PCB dimensions for rigid and flex circuits have become increasingly

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