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Kurtz Ersa Spurs Dynalab’s Continual Growth


Plymouth, WI — Dynalab has made great strides over the past few decades, having grown from a small


es. VERSAFLOW is a widely-used in- line selective soldering platform. This platform is repeatable, with technolo- gy features that include main- tenance-free electromagnetic solder pumps, servo-driven gantry systems, expandable modularity, multiple solder pots in various combinations, fiducial recog nition, board warp age detection, process cam era, automatic nozzle cleaning, top- and bottom-side heating, and off-line program- ming.


A recent high-profile


U.S. Vice President Mike Pence tours Dynalab’s facility.


wire harness assembly operation into a full-scale electronics manufactur- ing company. Dynalab relies on part- ners whose low-maintenance, high- quality equipment runs reliably for many years. This focus led the com- pany to begin working with Kurtz Ersa North America more than 13 years ago. Today, Dynalab has three Ersa


VERSAFLOW systems in production. The company uses Ersa’s technology for all of its selective soldering process-


visit highlighted the achieve - ments of the company. Dynal- ab recently hosted U.S. Vice President Mike Pence at its


manufacturing facility. Pence partici- pated in a roundtable discussion with Gary James, president of Dynalab, U.S. Senator Rob Portman, U.S. Rep- resentative Pat Tiberi, and other members of the Central Ohio business


community. Contact: Kurtz Ersa North


America, Inc., 1779 Pilgrim Road,


Plymouth, WI 53073 % 920-893-1779 fax: 920-893-1562 E-mail: ernie.grice@kurtzersa.com Web: www.ersa.com


Scienscope Provides X-ray to Nimbletronics


Chino, CA — Scienscope’s X-Scope 2000 X-ray inspection system has been selected by Nimbletronics LLC, adding to the company’s capabilities at its Plano, Texas, facility. Nim- bletronics’ humidity-controlled man- ufacturing facility is part of the 900 acre Research/Technology Cross- roads (RT) district. Nimbletronics is com-


mitted to keeping its facility up-to-date with the latest equipment. Its capabilities continue to evolve as the com- pany works with leading- edge technology. As a result, the company was on the search for a new X-ray in- spection system and decided on the state-of-the-art X- Scope 2000. The X-Scope 2000 is a


fully-featured, high-perform- ance X-ray inspection system. The system contains an integrated 90 kV high-power, closed X-ray tube and a high-resolution CMOS digital flat panel image detector. In addi- tion, 60° camera tilt enables oblique angle viewing.


Nimbletronics has serviced the


semiconductor, medical, telecommu- nications, defense, security, audio,


video, industrial, energy, RF, and network markets, along with many others. The company specializes in quick-turn assemblies with the capa- bilities to place fine-pitch compo- nents, such as WLCSP and µBGA with 0.3 mm (0.012 in.) pitch, 01005, 0201, and many small lead-less pack-


Chester Nguyen, president of Nimbletronics, with the X-Scope 2000.


ages. The company also provides pro- totypes, revision re-spins, alpha and beta runs, and low- to mid-volume


production. Contact: Scienscope Internation-


al Corp., 5751 Schaefer Avenue, Chino, CA 91710 % 603-819-8933 E-mail: toneil@scienscope.com Web: www.scienscope.com


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