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CCI injects capital investment with new equipment

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Surrey BC-based pcb board shop can now process 20 plus layers

Printed circuit board (pcb) maker Canadian Circuits Inc., (CCI) has injected a significant capital investment into its Surrey BC-based operations, with the recent purchase of three large equipment additions.

Laser Direct Imaging machine (LDI).

Specializing in quick-turn prototypes and production orders for both double sided and multilayer boards since 1993, CCI has added a Laser Direct Imaging machine (LDI) and an Antares 700 X unit, which will allow the firm to perform high-end HDI work. At the same time, CCI added a Sprint 150 ink jet printer that can provide customers with an option for high resolution in silk screen – thus saving processing time.

Antares 700 X unit.

New equipment expands capabilities

“This new equipment expands our capabilities into more complex flex and rigid-flex pcbs. This will also help deliver even faster turnaround on jobs,” says CCI president & CEO, Praveen Arya. “With the addition of these three new units, we have no restrictions to the number of layers we can manage for our customers. This enables us to do 20 plus layers.”

Sprint 150 ink jet printer.

CCI also performs innovative and custom manufacturing solutions for customers in such markets as communications, medical, aerospace, government, automotive, lighting and many more. The firm is planning an open house this Fall with presentations and facility tours.



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