Computrol to Debut New Test Capabilities at MD&M West


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Computrol Inc. will be exhibiting in at the MD&M West, which is scheduled to take place February 7-9, 2017 at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. Computrol will be in Booth 524.

Over the past year, Computrol has upgraded its two state-of-the-art facilities with more than 10 new advanced systems to keep up with its customers' needs. Some of Computrol's new capabilities include the Spea 4050 Flying Probe, a Nordson DAGE Ruby FP X-ray system, two MV-7 OMNI 3D In-Line AOI Machines from MIRTEC at each facility, three KY-8030-3 in-line, fully automated SPI systems from Koh Young Technology, and more.

Computrol is certified to ISO 9001-2008, ISO 13485 specific to medical device quality systems, AS9100 specific to military and aerospace quality systems, IPC class II and III and J-STD certified as well as being ITAR registered and lead-free RoHS compliant.

Computrol's electronics contract manufacturing expertise allows customers to realize significant improvements in cycle time, asset utilization, reliability, flexibility, and responsiveness. These objectives are achieved through integration of modern systems and processes, highly skilled and experienced people, fact-based process management, and continuous improvement.  

About Computrol Inc.

Computrol, Inc., with manufacturing facilities in Meridian, Idaho and Orem, Utah, is a leading national provider of high-quality, low-volume electronics manufacturing capabilities, serving military, medical, aerospace, broadcast and general industry customers. For more information about Computrol, Inc., click here.

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