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Cemco, through its Italian distributor Cipel Italia, has sold its latest Digital Drive + Quicksilver Hot Air Leveler to Esse Ti Elettronica in Vicenza, Italy.
“The evolving PCB market is placing an increasing demand on the need for higher quality surface finishes, while the requirement for larger panel sizes continues to grow,” says Silvio Fabrello, Esse Ti owner. “The new 30” Digital Drive + System incorporates innovations and features for the HAL process, enabling us to provide the highest levels of quality to our customers. We have been using a Quicksilver for more than 10 years; Quicksilver’s reliability and Cemco’s competent and punctual service has made our decision to purchase another an easy one.”
The Digital Drive + Quicksilver incorporates a higher level of control, making setting more precise; and recording and reporting, faster and easier.
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