WEPTECH's Investments in the Future


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WEPTECH elektronik's assembly production has now been completed by a third SMT line with the latest generation of IFS machines, an intelligent feeder system, a paste printer and a reflow oven. The smooth production flow ensures reduced throughput times and an increase in productivity.

In addition, further investments in new machines were also made in other departments. In addition to a new THT wave soldering system, another AOI and a laser marking system were integrated.

The additional equipment enables a maximum throughput rate of electronic components and the optimization of production processes. With the investment in these powerful machines, the company is able to meet the increasing market requirements in terms of order volume and flexibility.

WEPTECH elektronik regularly invests in its core competence as a modern service provider for electronics manufacturing in order to continue to be a reliable and flexible partner for its customers.

 

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