Holaday Circuits Purchases New Chemcut CC 8000

Develop – Etch – Strip (DES) Line

Adobe_PDF_iconChemcut Corporation, the United States’ leading manufacturer and supplier of Develop/Etch/Strip equipment, announces that Holaday Circuits, printed circuit board manufacturer, purchased a new Chemcut CC 8000 cupric chloride Develop-Etch-Strip system for their facility in Minnetonka, Minnesota.

Holaday Circuits, privately owned and located in Minnetonka Minnesota, has provided Printed Circuit Boards to the Aerospace, Military and Electronics Industries for over 40 years. Holaday Circuits emphasis on Process Control – from Prototype through Production – results in consistently producing Quality levels demanded by the Industries they serve. . Concurrent Engineering Producibility Reviews and a continuous focus on increasing value by reducing costs, all contribute to making Holaday the Vendor of Choice for many in this competitive market.

The new Chemcut CC-8000 automated DES line includes the following features and capabilities:

  • Thin Material Transport: The DES line will transport very thin and flexible material without the use of leaders.
  • Excellent Etching Uniformity and Smaller Line / Space Features: The Chemcut CC-8000 system achieves fine feature formation by the unique design of the spray system and improved top side puddle management.
  • Multiple Zone Control: Processing a ½ oz. over a 1 oz. panel is as simple as downloading the proper recipe.
  • Recipe Driven Operation: This feature eliminates day to day, week to week, and month to month product variation due to improper machine set-up.
  • In Line Filtration: The removal of the debris from the chemical baths helps to ensure process consistency and uniformity.
  • Data Collection and Archiving: The system is configured for ease of adding a Data Logger to allow for real time and historical feedback and analysis.  The data is time and date stamped and can be searched by time and date and/or product code.
  • Remote Access via the Internet: Process Engineers can remotely create and share recipes between multiple facilities using any internet capable device.  The machine can be accessed for diagnostic reasons or to implement programming enhancements.

Chemcut Corporation, founded in 1956, was the original developer of spray etching, a technique that made the chemical etching process practical for volume, as well as prototype production.  Chemcut offers a complete line of spray etchers, developers, strippers, waste treatment systems, and auxiliary equipment.  More than 15,000 Chemcut units are currently in operation around the world.

To learn more about Chemcut, please call 814-272-2800 or 800-CHEMCUT.

For additional information about Holaday Circuits please call 952-933-3303 or 800-632-3303. Or visit their company web site www.holaday.com.

Chemcut’s IPC APEX Booth to Feature Speedy Circuits Live Demo

Chemcut to Exhibit at IPC APEX EXPO 2016

Adobe_PDF_iconChemcut Corporation, the United States’ leading manufacturer and supplier of Develop/Etch/Strip equipment, announces that they will be exhibiting at this year’s IPC APEX EXPO 2016.  IPC APEX EXPO is to be held from Tuesday, March 15th through Thursday, March 17th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.  Chemcut is located at booth 727.

Chemcut will be featuring a live demonstration of the latest equipment installed at PJC Technologies Inc. (DBA Speedy and Metro Circuits), printed circuit board manufacturers, both sites (Rochester, NY & Huntington Beach, CA) recently started up new Chemcut CC 8000 cupric chloride Develop-Etch-Strip systems in their facilities. Features and capabilities include:

  • Automatic Dosing and Regeneration: These features keep the Develop, Etch, and Strip chemistry in a steady state condition ensuring consistent results.
  • Multiple Zone Control: Processing a ½ oz. over a 1 oz. panel is as simple as downloading the proper recipe.
  • Recipe Driven Operation: This feature eliminates day to day, week to week, and month to month product variation due to improper machine set-up.   The automatic pressure control feature provided in the main processing stations, utilizes variable frequency drives to control the speed of the pump impellers to regulate spray pressure.
  • Bar Code Reader: The bar code on the product is tied to a recipe thus ensuring the operator processes the product correctly.
  • Data Collection and Archiving:  Gives real time and historical feedback and analysis.  The data is time and date stamped and can be searched by time and date and/or product code.
  • Remote Access via the Internet: Process Engineers can remotely create and share recipes between multiple facilities, as well as view the status of and operate machine controls using any internet capable device.  The machine can be accessed for diagnostic reasons or to implement programming enhancements.

Chemcut Corporation, founded in 1956, was the original developer of spray etching, a technique that made the chemical etching process practical for volume, as well as prototype production.  Chemcut offers a complete line of spray etchers, developers, strippers, waste treatment systems, and auxiliary equipment.  More than 15,000 Chemcut units are currently in operation around the world.

PJC Technologies Inc. (DBA Speedy and Metro Circuits), has been producing rigid and flex circuits for more than 40 years. Walt Stender, PJC’s CEO notes “The company is on a technologically driven journey to expand and create new process capabilities. This is a requirement to meet the challenges of today’s leading edge designs and the demand for superior quality. The company has invested more than $5 million in equipment and processes in order to support industries that demand reliability- including Defense, Medical, Semiconductor and Down Hole Exploration.

To learn more about Chemcut, please call 814-272-2800 or 800-CHEMCUT.

Additional information about Speedy Circuits, Inc. at 714-898-4901 and Metro Circuits 585-254-2980 is available from their company web site www.pjc-tech.com .

Teltec Semiconductor Pacific Limited – New Sales & Service Representative for China

New Sales & Service Representative For the Semi-Conductor Market in Greater China

Adobe_PDF_iconChemcut Corporation, the US based manufacturers of Wet Process Equipment, has awarded an exclusive agency agreement to Teltec Semiconductor Pacific Limited based in Hong Kong to represent Chemcut in the Semiconductor market in Greater China. Chemcut has been serving for the semiconductor industry in the areas of:

  • Wafer Processing: Cu, Titanium /Tungsten (Ti/W) and other Metals Etching
  • Dry Film Developing and Stripping;
  • Back Etching for Lead Frames (QFN), BGAs and etc.
  • Lead Frames and IC Substrates Processing.

Teltec Semiconductor Pacific Limited, a technical Sales and Service organization serving the Semiconductor and Optoelectronics Industry in the Asia Pacific region, was founded in 1985 in Hong Kong. While celebrating their 31st anniversary this year, Teltec Pacific has Sales and Service Centers set up in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and various cities in China (eg Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Suzhou, Tianjin, Wuhan, Xian and Xiamen).

Teltec Pacific represents various leading equipment and material manufacturers in the Far East. Their customers include almost all Assembly Houses, Wafer Fabs and major Universities and Research Institutes in the territories they cover.

The Sales & Services staff of Teltec are qualified engineers (e.g. PhD, MPhil and Degree holders in E Eng., Physics, and Chemistry etc.) with immense field experience. They speak and write fluent English and Chinese (including Mandarin and local dialects). Above all their staff is factory-trained by the manufacturers to ensure total support satisfaction to their customers.  Teltec Pacific  has an excellent track record in both Sales and Service that cannot be surpassed by their competitors.

To learn more about Chemcut, please call 814-272-2800 or 800-CHEMCUT.

For additional information about Teltec Semiconductor Pacific Limited visit www.teltec.asia .

Speedy and Metro Circuits, Inc. Install New Chemcut CC 8000

Develop – Etch – Strip (DES) Line

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Chemcut Corporation, the United States’ leading manufacturer and supplier of Develop/Etch/Strip equipment, announces that PJC Technology Inc. (DBA Speedy Circuits and Metro Circuits), printed circuit board manufacturers, have both installed new Chemcut CC 8000 cupric chloride Develop-Etch-Strip systems in their facilities.

PJC Technology, Inc. has been producing rigid and flexible circuits for more than 40 years. The company is on a technologically driven journey to expand its ability to meet the challenges of leading edge designs and provide a benchmark for quick turnaround and superb quality. As a result, PJC Technology, Inc. has invested more than $5 million in equipment and processes in order to support industries that demand reliability- including Defense, Medical, Semiconductor and Down Hole Exploration.

Abbas Hosseinzadeh PJC’s Director of Process Engineering, said, “The new equipment increased production capacity, the ability to produce very fine lines and our yields.  The new Chemcut systems will allow us to continue our quest to use technology to solve problems for our customers. These Chemcut DES systems are truly the latest generation of technology and will enable us to leverage our 42 year history and expand our customer base.” Speedy & Metro Circuits can expect exceptional performance, excellent reliability and low cost of ownership with their new Chemcut CC-8000 automated   DES line. Features and capabilities include:

  • Thin Material Transport:  The DES line will transport very thin and flexible material without the use of leaders.
  • Excellent Etching Uniformity and Smaller Line / Space Features: The Chemcut CC-8000 system achieves fine feature formation by the unique design of the spray system and improved top side puddle management.
  • Automatic Dosing and Regeneration: These features keep the Develop, Etch, and Strip chemistry in a steady state condition ensuring consistent results.
  • Multiple Zone Control: Processing a ½ oz. over a 1 oz. panel is as simple as downloading the proper recipe.
  • Recipe Driven Operation: This feature eliminates day to day, week to week, and month to month product variation due to improper machine set-up.   The automatic pressure control feature provided in the main processing stations, utilizes variable frequency drives to control the speed of the pump impellers to regulate spray pressure.
  • In Line Filtration:The removal of the debris from the chemical baths helps to ensure process consistency and uniformity.
  • Bar Code Reader: The bar code on the product is tied to a recipe thus ensuring the operator processes the product correctly.
  • Data Collection and Archiving:  Gives real time and historical feedback and analysis.  The data is time and date stamped and can be searched by time and date and/or product code.
  • Remote Access via the Internet: Process Engineers can remotely create and share recipes between multiple facilities using any internet capable device.  The machine can be accessed for diagnostic reasons or to implement programming enhancements.

“It has been nearly 20 years since Chemcut first supplied equipment to Speedy & Metro Circuits.   We are very pleased that they continue to choose Chemcut to be its provider of new etching equipment for their facilities.” stated Rick Lies, Chemcut’s CEO.  “Chemcut has been the technology leader in the wet processing and chemical etching industries for over 55 years, and the continued partnership with both Speedy and Metro Circuits is a testament to the design innovation and dedication to excellence that have kept Chemcut at the top of the industry for the past five decades.”

Chemcut Corporation, founded in 1956, was the original developer of spray etching, a technique that made the chemical etching process practical for volume, as well as prototype production.  Chemcut offers a complete line of spray etchers, developers, strippers, waste treatment systems, and auxiliary equipment.  More than 15,000 Chemcut units are currently in operation around the world.

To learn more about Chemcut, please call 814-272-2800 or 800-CHEMCUT.

Additional information about Speedy Circuits, Inc. at 714-898-4901 and Metro Circuits 585-254-2980 is available from their company web site www.pjc-tech.com .