Royal Circuit Solutions Continues Manufacturing Expansion


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Royal Circuit Solutions, a global manufacturer of high technology printed circuit boards, has completed the installation of over $2 million worth of new equipment and expanded its printed circuit board manufacturing facility. The newly installed equipment was added to increase capacity and add additional high-technology fabrication capabilities.

“The new technology is an investment in the future, allowing Royal Circuits to meet the demands of growing hi-tech markets including mobile 5G, electronic vehicles, medical devices, and aerospace,” said Milan Shah, President of Royal Circuit Solutions. “This is an exciting time for us and a huge step in our journey to become the undisputed leader in the quick-turn PCB manufacturing market.”

The new equipment includes:

  • CNC Drilling Machine (3) 
  • Pulse Plating Technology (4) 
  • Etchers (2)
  • Routers (4)
  • Shadow Automated Line
  • Multi Bond Automated Line
  • Pumice Scrubber
  • Maskless Direct Imaging Technology
  • Cut Sheet Laminator (2)
  • Lamination Layup Station
  • Automatic Water Recycling System

This expansion has created a wide variety of high-quality jobs to support the operations. The enhanced facility enables Royal Circuit Solutions to continue providing customers with the fastest PCB manufacturing speeds and service in the industry.

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