Cirly Enhances Capabilities with First EIE Direct Imager


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Cirly SA, French quickturn PCB manufacturer, shares their satisfaction of the Direct Imager EDI500 delivered and installed in December 2014 by First EIE SA.

“In 2014, we needed to modernize our Exposure equipment, especially for the dry film resist. First EIE has been our Photoplotter supplier for more than 15 years. The RP Series Photoplotters has given us complete satisfaction in terms of plot quality, accuracy and reliability. The Direct Imager EDI500 won out as the clear choice for its performance, user friendliness and cost efficiency."

Maxime Frachon, President, 2nd of June 2015

About Cirly SA

Backed by more 35 years of experience, CIRLY has built a hyper reactive and flexible organization, able to provide very short delivery times of less than 24 hours up to 5 days maximum.

CIRLY manages the whole PCB production cycle from CAM to final checking before delivery. The company’s strength is based on a skilled team that is able to apply the latest manufacturing processes.

In 2011 CIRLY moved into a brand new facility equipped with the best production tools. www.cirly.com

About First EIE SA

Launched in 1979 and reorganized in 1993, First EIE SA is marked by its resolve to systematically integrate the most advanced technologies in the range of Photoplotters, Ink Jet Printers and Direct Imager that it produces.

A sustained development strategy has allowed First EIE to introduce to the PCB and HDI marketplaces seven successive generations of Photoplotters. First EIE SA has focused its efforts on the design of External Drum Multi-beam Photoplotters. The latest generation allows down to 5 microns features at 50000 dpi with the new 512 beam Optical Head.  

Equipment by First EIE SA derives their superiority from high technology in three main areas: optics, mechanics and electronics.

Today over 800 First EIE External Drum Photoplotters are in operation around the world. In 2003 First EIE launched a product line of Ink Jet Printers dedicated to Legend Digital Printing for the PCB marking.

The latest development is the Direct Imager EDI500 launched in Munich at Productronica 2013. This equipment is now in Production in Switzerland, in France and in Japan. First EIE SA built its position with the help of a network of 20 Exclusive Agents and Distributors. Every First EIE partner maintains Sales and After Sales services, regularly trained in Geneva, to promote and support First EIE equipments. www.firsteie.com

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