Lenthor Engineering Sustains Capacity Expansion


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Lenthor Engineering, a California based designer, manufacturer and assembler of flex and rigid-flex printed circuit boards, is pleased to announce continuing progress in its capacity expansion plan. In order to stay ahead of increasing demand for Lenthor’s flex and rigid-flex fabrication services Lenthor has reserved over $3 million dollars in its fiscal 2019 capital budget plan.

Lenthor is meeting its 2019 capital budget pledge with the addition of a 6th ESI Laser model 5335. The addition of this state-of-the-art laser provides for the additional production capacity needed to stay ahead of customer demand. 

Furthering the progress on its capital budget pledge Lenthor has also put into production a 4th Micro Craft Emma E4M6151 Flying Probe bare board tester.

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