ESI’s New CapStone Flexible PCB Laser Processing Solution Delivers the Highest Via Drilling Throughput in the Industry
[Press Release] CapStone system features recent advances in laser technology and control to double throughput and reduce via drilling costs by 30 percent...
ESI’s New Allegro LC Extends High-Volume Test Capability to Larger MLCCsNew system from market leader addresses MLCC test demand for consumer and automotive markets PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 01, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)
The current market for autonomous vehicles tugs at the same strings that drew crowds of viewers to the Knight Rider series. According to PwC, by the year 2030 – electronics will account for 50% of the total cost of a car. This means users will interact with cars more like they interact with their phones today. KITT is real.
Whether you already have experience with FPC laser processing or are just getting started, I think you will find the information in this eBook helpful. It ’s a “how-to” guide to understanding the options, trade-offs, challenges, and rewards of supplementing your flex circuit production capabilities with laser processing.
Since 1998, the International High Power Laser Ablation Symposia have provided a unique forum for an exchange of ideas on the physics and application of high power laser-materials interaction. At the 2017 symposia in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Zhibin Lin brought back the Top Poster Award to the ESI Laser Land HQ.
As you prepare to build a more precise, accurate and flexible production environment discover insights from Helen Li, lead optics engineer, on optical design considerations to keep you ahead of your competition and make your laser choices. Part of ESI’s Chalk Talk Video Series.
Technology News & Highlights Week of April 24, 2018 Discover 5 pieces of news on new technology that the ESI marketing team found especially interesting, exciting or just downright intriguing. [CONTENT WARNING] The following post was written by a marketeer and not one of our super smart laser scientist to proceed at your own risk. Long live lasers!
For industries facing material transformation challenges in production, ESI applies unique process and engineering expertise to deliver a set of laser-based solutions that extend our customers’ processing capabilities beyond the limitations of mechanical.