MET’s NSG Coating Now Available at its FL, NJ Facilities

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Metal Etching Technology (MET), a manufacturer of electroformed stencils, laser cut stencils, and chemically etched stencils for various solder paste and glue printing applications, has announced that its NanoSlic gold  coating (NSG) is now available at its Melbourne, Florida and Lumberton, New Jersey facilities.

The company will also be exhibiting its products at the upcoming SMTA Space Coast Expo and Tech Forum, which will be held on November 17, 2016, at the Melbourne Auditorium in Melbourne, Florida.

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