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LPKF announces that it will highlight its rapid PCB prototyping equipment and showcase the ProtoMat S63 in Booth #1027 at the upcoming AeroCon Exposition, scheduled to take place March 14-15, 2012 at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Texas.
The ProtoMat S-Series circuit board plotters are bench top systems ideal for virtually all in-house PCB prototyping. Automated features such as automatic tool change, solder paste dispensing and automatic milling depth adjustment creates ease of use and enables the ProtoMat S-Series to produce PCBs and other applications in a matter of minutes. Fast and accurate, each system comes equipped with easy-to-use software.
Another member of the LPKF ProtoMat family to be showcased is the entry-level E33 system. This compact system is a great introduction to PCB milling and comes with powerful software to effectively support the user during the milling process. It eliminates the need for external vendors and encourages practical uses for those with limited budgets such as prototyping, experiments and educational applications.
Designed for both prototyping and production on demand, the LPKF ProtoLaser S and U3 are fast, precise and easy to operate. The ProtoLaser S is ideal for rapid circuit creation of precise applications such as antennas, filters and high-speed digital circuits. The ProtoLaser U3 is a lab-sized UV laser designed for the cutting/depaneling of flex, rigid and rigid-flex materials from Polyimide to ceramic. Both systems create highly precise geometries on almost any material and eliminate the use of tools and chemicals.
For more information about LPKF’s laser and electronic systems, meet company representatives in Booth #1027 at AeroCon or visit www.lpkfusa.com.
LPKF Laser & Electronics is the world leading manufacturer of both mechanical and laser systems for demanding tasks in printed circuit board technology and microelectronics. LPKF’s worldwide headquarters is located in Garbsen, Germany outside of Hannover and the company maintains North American headquarters in Portland, OR.