Lenthor Engineering Purchases Two Wise Wet Process Systems from Technica USA


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Technica USA reported that Lenthor Engineering Inc. recently purchased two Wise Wordwide wet process systems. One was the Utraflex Conveyorized Alternative Oxide Line. The other is a Ultraflex Surface Preparation Line which will be displayed at Technica’s booth (#219) at this year’s IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego.

Frank Medina, president of Technica USA, stated, “Technica USA and our supply partner, Wise Wordwide, are very pleased to receive the orders for these two systems from Lenthor. They are a company that continues to advance their technology and make the investments required to manufacture the highest quality flexible and rigid PCBs for their customers.” 

Rich Clemente, general manager of Lenthor Engineering stated, “The Lenthor team is very excited to install and qualify the two horizontal lines we purchased from Wise. These equipment sets are gamechangers for us, eliminating the booking, tooling, handling and the inconsistencies inherent in any manual process. The thin core transport system and ability to add automated loading and unloading fit our commitment to making our new facility the model for flex and rigid flex manufacturing in North America. The engineers at Wise have an excellent reputation for building robust, long lasting equipment. The Technica service group has had several successful installations locally and we look forward to being added to this list.”

Mr. Medina concluded, “The Wise equipment product line has been a major cornerstone of our equipment offering in the PC fab portion of our business for many years with great success. However, the placement of the Wise equipment in the U.S. over the last 6-8 months has been exceptional. Customers are having to upgrade their equipment to meet the technological demands of their customers, especially as it relates to processing very thin materials. The Wise equipment has proven to be a reliable and dependable choice.”

About Lenthor Engineering Inc

Lenthor Engineering is world class manufacturer of flex and rigid flex circuits with inhouse full turnkey assembly solutions. Lenthor has invested over 2MM in capital equipment. We have been in business for over 30 years in Silicon Valley. We currently employ 180 people and are celebrating our 3rd year in a brand new 55,000 sq.ft. facility.

About Technica USA

Technica, USA provides the highest quality equipment and process materials, manufactured worldwide, for the printed circuit board fabrication and assembly markets as well as the microelectronic, photovoltaic and printed electronics markets. For more information on Technica, USA click here.

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