State College, PA – Chemcut Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of their redesigned mobile-friendly website, which is now accessible at www.Chemcut.net. The new site reflects Chemcut’s dedication to continuous improvement and innovation through a clean design, easy-to-navigate functionality, and a content-rich site experience.
Chemcut CEO, Rick Lies, stated “Throughout our 59-year history, Chemcut has been recognized for product quality, unsurpassed customer service, and long-term relationships. Our customers also value our innovative culture and ability to custom-design, test, and build a solution for any wet-process production environment. The user-friendly design and flexibility of our new website are synonymous with the machines we produce and make it much easier for us to provide fresh, useful content to our current and prospective customers.”
Highlights of the redesigned Chemcut website include the following:
- The Parts page now offers a “Chemcut Parts Identification Guide” to make it easier for customers to properly identify Chemcut Serial Numbers and parts.
- Local Chemcut representatives are easy to identify and contact via the new map-click technology.
- The site’s Technical section offers an extensive library of papers covering a wide range of topics, such as titanium etching, etching of High Density Interconnects (HDI), and more.
- Service and parts requests for Chemcut and M.E. Baker equipment are a snap with the new quick-complete request form.
Chemcut was founded in 1956 as a manufacturer of precision equipment for printed circuit board production. One year later, the company sold its first Chemcut™ spray etching machine. Chemcut etchers were at the forefront of technology, as mass produced printed circuits quickly replaced handmade circuit boards. Today, we continue to be the world’s leading developer and supplier of wet processing equipment for photo chemical milling of thin metal parts, chemical engraving of signs and nameplates, etching printed circuit boards, metal finishing, specialized glass processing for flat panel and touch-screen displays, photovoltaic (solar) panel manufacturing, and non-traditional processing of semiconductor products. Chemcut’s State College, PA facility contains a customer evaluation laboratory, manufacturing and testing facilities, as well as the sales, engineering, and office administration personnel.