Lenthor Engineering Installs Two New Pieces of Capital Equipment to Its EMS Assembly Group


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Lenthor Engineering, a California based designer, manufacturer and assembler of rigid-flex and flex printed circuit boards, has recently made several capital equipment investments into their EMS assembly area including an Aqueous Technologies StencilWasher ZDO Ultra Sonic Stencil Washer and a Cyberoptics SE500 Solder Paste Inspection System. Lenthor Engineering made the recent purchases as part of a continued effort to expand their capabilities and meet customer requirements.

Cyberoptics_SE500-D3-300.pngBoth of these investments will do a great deal to improve Lenthor’s overall assembly speed. The StencilWasher ZDO will shorten Lenthor’s stencil cleaning time by allowing them to remove all solder-paste types and incurred adhesives in cycle times averaging less than five minutes. The SE500 will push their inspection speed to the highest level possible, inspecting even the most demanding assemblies with >80cm2/second inspection speed without compromising on measurement accuracy and repeatability.

Director of Sales and Marketing, David Moody comments, “Lenthor continues to recognize the requirements of our customers, both current and future, and strives to fulfill them with these latest equipment installations.  It is our goal to be the premier flex and rigid-flex assembly company. Our customers deserve nothing less.”

Both the automated ultrasonic stencil cleaning and the solder paste inspection systems are part of Lenthor’s $750k capital equipment investment plan for their assembly area in 2016.

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