The event has been noted in the calendar. Jonathan Haig, LPKF’s
Head of Corporate Marketing & Sales Excellence, is looking forward to productronica again this year: “Under the theme of ‘Innovating Electronics Together,’ we will show where LPKF high tech is
leading to new, modern products and production processes.” The
exhibition booth adopts this idea and will be presented for the first
time ever with a new look and feel. It is more interactive than before and has an open structure that provides space for face-to-face
LPKF is setting the standard in chemical-free PCB prototyping. The
ProtoMat S104 and the ProtoLaser U4 will be exhibited at productronica. The ProtoMat S104 is the top mechanical system among
circuit board plotters. It structures, drills, and depanels single- or
double-sided PCBs with a precision that easily meets the requirements of RF technology. The ProtoLaser U4, in contrast, uses a UV laser as a tool. It too can structure and cut PCBs, but it also shows its strengths in nonstandard and sensitive materials.
Stencils are indispensable for the printing of solder pastes. They
are produced in special processes that ensure their quality. The
LPKF StencilLaser G6080 is the top-of-the-line system for cutting
these foils and is also ideal for microcutting filigree parts. The third
generation will be presented: A scanner-based laser process
speeds up the cutting operation while simultaneously improving the
quality like never before. The LPKF StencilPro system software,
which is also brand new, makes it easy to prepare the process data
from the CAD files from development.
Laser systems are currently the preferred means for depaneling
printed circuit boards. The smallest cutting channels, any contours,
precise and clean-cut edges – laser technology offers what no
other technology can.
Laser plastic welding is used for the reliable and visually appealing
placement of electronic components in housings. The compact InlineWeld 6000 system can be integrated into production lines and can easily be incorporated into existing MES solutions.
In addition to the presented systems, specialists for the different
application areas will also be at the booth with representative exhibits – giving visitors a good opportunity to discuss their own application ideas with them. Those who are interested in high-quality production services will also find what they’re looking for. Sophisticated products are manufactured to order using LPKF technology under the LaserMicronics brand name. Representatives from LaserMicronics will also be on hand to answer questions.
LPKF Laser & Electronics SE is a leading provider of laser-based solutions for the technology industry. Laser systems from LPKF are key elements in the manufacturing of printed circuit boards, microchips, automotive parts, solar modules, and many other components. Founded in 1976, the company is headquartered in Garbsen, near Hannover, Germany, and has subsidiaries and representative offices throughout the world. Around 20 percent of the workforce is engaged in research and development.