NovaCentrix Teams with ARK Manufacturing Solutions, LLC to Represent PulseForge Soldering Tools


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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, is pleased to announce the appointment of ARK Manufacturing Solutions, LLC as its manufacturers’ representative. Dave Murrin, President and principal owner of ARK Mfg. will help bring the new PulseForge soldering tools to market in New Mexico, Arizona and Sonora Mexico. 

“Dave Murrin and the team at ARK have the right experience to work with us in building long-term win-win relationships with customers in their area,” said Stan Farnsworth, Chief Marketing Officer at NovaCentrix. “His insights are already proving helpful for our team as we evolve our ability to support the SMT space.”

Formerly Phoenix Marketing Representatives, ARK Mfg. Solutions has been in business for more than 20 years, having had the good fortune to represent some the best manufacturers in the electronics industry and serve the best customer base in the market. 

Murrin commented: “NovaCentrix PulseForge Soldering tools bring unique soldering solutions with the potential to revolutionize soldering as we know it for some of the most challenging soldering tasks facing the electronics industry today and tomorrow. I am excited to bring this new technology to my customers to provide them with a new solution.”

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. 

NovaCentrix has partnered with customers for 20 years in taking products from inception to full production. PulseForge® photonic curing tools have been adopted world-wide and continue to revolutionize the printed electronics industry. Additionally, NovaCentrix’ Metalon® conductive inks capitalize on advanced materials and formulations to provide conductivity options for additive manufacturing of printed electronics with stretchable, solderable, resistive and magnetic qualities.

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