Competitive Edge Solutions to Launch NovaCentrix PulseForge Soldering Tools in New England


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NovaCentrix, the industry’s leading provider of photonic curing tools, conductive inks and the new PulseForge® Soldering high-intensity pulsed-light solution, has signed on with Competitive Edge Solutions, LLC as its newest manufacturers’ representative. Dave Wilson will represent NovaCentrix throughout the six New England states (MA, CT, RI, VT, NH, ME), with a special focus on the industry’s latest innovation: PulseForge® Soldering tools.

Understanding equipment needs and selecting the right equipment is critical to the success of your business. Competitive Edge Solutions has the resources to help your company gain an advantage, enhance a process or develop a solution to a problem.

Competitive Edge Solutions has more than 25 years of practical experience in providing industry-leading equipment to exceed its customers’ needs. Dave Wilson, President of Competitive Edge Solutions, stated: “With many years of research and development, NovaCentrix has developed a series of solutions for challenging soldering applications where traditional thermal soldering approaches have failed. Temperature sensitive applications such as flex circuits, photonics, automotive, wearable electronics, sensors and many others will now have a means to get to production in an automated fashion. The time savings using the PulseForge tools/process will become apparent immediately and in the coming years.”

“We are thrilled to be working with David and the team at Competitive Edge Solutions,” said Stan Farnsworth, Chief Marketing Officer at NovaCentrix. “Their extensive experience is impressive and their customer-first philosophy is a great match with our values.  We are looking forward to learning about the opportunities they see in the market for our new products.”

NovaCentrix’ PulseForge® Soldering tools enable new types of products in applications like consumer electronics, automotive, and medical wearables. Product innovators and manufacturers can utilize flexible, low-cost substrates and deliver functionality not possible when using conventional ovens and lasers. PulseForge tools reflow off-the-shelf solders including SAC305 in seconds on low-temperature, flexible substrates such as paper and plastic.

For more information about Competitive Edge Solutions’ products and services, please contact Dave Wilson at (508) 497-5024 or visit www.cesolutionsllc.com.

To learn more about NovaCentrix products and innovations, please visit www.NovaCentrix.com.

About NovaCentrix

NovaCentrix partners with you to take products from inspiration to implementation. Through our innovative PulseForge® tools and Metalon® Inks products, we continue to enable advancements in printed electronics for researchers, product innovators, and manufacturers as technologies and markets evolve.

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