DYCONEX Invests in MXY2 Drilling and Routing Machine from Schmoll


Reading time ( words)

DYCONEX AG, an MST company and the world's leading supplier of highly complex circuit board solutions, has made a major investment in the MXY2 drilling and routing machine from Schmoll Maschinen GmbH. With this move, DYCONEX has made a further step in the development of ever smaller structures and meeting the requirements for even higher accuracy.

With contact depth drilling and optical registration, the machine achieves highly precise machining results with even higher process reliability. Registration with the aid of a CCD camera allows corrections such as offset, rotation, shrinking and stretching. The machine comes with two separate vacuum tables that can be moved quickly and very precisely along every axis with individual linear drives. In this way, both accuracy and productivity are improved. Further, all process data is recorded. This allows traceability of the machining data down to each individual circuit board. 

The machine will be used primarily for the manufacture of flexible and rigid-flexible circuit boards. These substrates have applications in, among other things, medical implants that demand the highest level of accuracy and reliability.

About DYCONEX AG:

With 50 years of experience, DYCONEX is one of the leading provider of highly complex flexible, rigid-flex and rigid HDI (high-density interconnect)/microvia printed circuit boards for every application where miniaturization, functionality increase, quality and reliability play a role.

DYCONEX is headquartered in Bassersdorf, Switzerland and is a company of the Micro Systems Technologies Group.

About the Micro Systems Technologies group:

The Micro Systems Technologies Group comprises four technology companies providing innovative components, engineering and manufacturing services for medical devices, especially implants, as well as other high-tech applications that demand exceptional quality, performance and reliability.

Active around the globe, the MST companies DYCONEX AG (Switzerland), LITRONIK Batterietechnologie GmbH (Germany), Micro Systems Engineering GmbH (Germany) and Micro Systems Engineering, Inc. (USA) offer their customers integrated solutions that range from conceptual design through series production.

Share




Suggested Items

Electronica: Picking Up Where We Left Off

11/18/2022 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
The productronica/electronica pairing of trade shows is an experience unlike any other; anyone who has ever attended is likely to back me up on that claim. This year’s iteration of electronica, taking place in Messe Munich, Nov. 15-18, is no exception. I-Connect007 was onsite to gather the news and share our impressions of the show. First, the show’s attendance was rumored to be in the 60,000+ range. This number sure seemed to be reasonable given the crowd sizes we witnessed.

Catching Up With NEXTGEN’S Ravi Kumar

08/17/2022 | Dan Beaulieu, D.B. Management Group
Companies from India are becoming more sophisticated by providing complete engineering services as well as design, production, and assembly of printed circuits. In this conversation with Ravi Kumar, director of operations at NEXTGEN PCB, I learned that even though the company is only a few years old, it’s already making its mark in the industry. Ravi has a plan to not only expand in India, but to enter the U.S. and UK markets with his company’s services.

IPC Supporting Newcomers in the Industry: Notes from IPC APEX EXPO 2021

04/01/2021 | Marc Carter, Aeromarc
With the wrap-up of IPC APEX EXPO 2021, it was extremely gratifying to note the emphasis placed on getting young people involved to combat the “graying out” knowledge losses facing our industry. A part of that emphasis was reflected in the award ceremony on Tuesday, March 9, which featured some people you may have seen mentioned in my “Better to Light a Candle” columns.



Copyright © 2022 I-Connect007 | IPC Publishing Group Inc. All rights reserved.