atg Luther & Maelzer to exhibit at HKPCA & IPC Show 2017


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atg Luther & Maelzer will exhibit its leading test solutions for PCBs at the upcoming HKPCA & IPC 2017 show scheduled to take place on December 6-8, 2017 at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, China.

At HKPCA & IPC 2017 show, atg Luther & Maelzer will showcase its recently launched A8a Automatic Bare Board Flying Probe Test System. The A8a provides the flexibility of flying probe test while delivering high throughput. The A8a is atg Luther & Maelzer’s latest innovation in high performance, high accuracy automatic flying probe testing. The A8a can significantly contribute to the profitability of our customers by combining flexibility, which is typical for flying probe test equipment, with high throughput exceeding the capabilities of standard flying probe testers. 

atg Luther & Maelzer’s leading grid test solutions will be represented by the LM1000. This dual-technology grid test system has been designed to support the mass production requirements of the HDI market. It supports both, cost-efficient universal fixtures and dedicated fixtures for high end applications. Please visit http://atg-lm.com/LM1000 for more details.

For more information about atg Luther & Maelzer’s PCB and substrate test solutions, meet company representatives at the show, click here.

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