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With its broad product range LPKF is one of the world market leaders in the "in-house rapid PCB prototyping" and "StencilLaser" services
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Established in 1976, LPKF Laser & Electronics manufactures machines and laser systems used in circuit board and microelectronics fabrication, medical technology, the automotive sector, and the production of solar cells.
LPKF’s worldwide headquarters is located in Garbsen, Germany outside of Hannover which maintains North American headquarters in Portland, OR.
LPKF's ProtoMat family of systems provides an ideal PCB prototyping machine for virtually any engineering environment. Every LPKF ProtoMat® PCB prototyping machine is built to be the best of its class, with thousands of installed quickturn systems to prove it. Each PCB milling machine system has its own special system features. Some prototype milling machines feature milling, drilling, routing and depanelization; some feature a new generation of advanced boards and circuit board plotters. Other prototype milling machines have automatic tool change and are ideal for exotic substrates and flex. The LPKF Laser & Electronics AG is developing quickturn systems and process solutions for demanding tasks in printed circuit board technology and microelectronics.
Contact us today for more information regarding our PCB quickturn machine equipment systems.
The ProtoMat® S-Series provides precise, quick and simple in-house PCB prototyping, delivering PCBs in hours instead of days. The reduction of time and money spent on outsourcing services translates into greater project momentum, increased ...
In-House PCB Through-Hole Plating without Chemicals The LPKF ProConduct® introduces revolutionary technology to produce plated through-holes, which does not require a plating tank or potentially hazardous processing chemicals. ...
The next generation of in-house prototyping Laser-based PCB production can achieve much greater circuit detail, and lasers structure circuits significantly faster. This technology provides true on-demand production solution for bot...
Fully Automated for High-Performance Rapid PCB Prototyping Applications: Milling/drilling 1- & 2-sided PCBs Milling/drilling RF- & microwave substrates Multilayer PCBs up to...
Laser Depaneling of Populated PCBs Low Cost Option for Depaneling Inexpensive Entry into UV Laser Processing The LPKF MicroLine 1120 S is perfect for cutting break-out tabs and complex conto...
When time to market is the driving force, fast alternatives to pilot production runs can be the key to success. LPKF UV laser systems provide the flexibility, reliability and high precision that customers demand. By reducing product ...
The Most Efficient SMT Solder Paste Stencil Cutter Available The StencilLaser G 6080 Model 2011 represents everything LPKF is renowned for: Worldwide leadership in designing highly sophisticated products, inspired by customers. The...
An easy-to-use cost-effective solution for producing professionally masked PCBs in an in-house prototyping environment. Compact, quick and easy to use Professional finish and perfect soldering ...
Ideal for in-house Rapid PCB Prototyping The ProtoFlow S is LPKF's premiere convection oven, ideal for lead-free reflow soldering, meeting the stringent demands of rapid PCB soldering applications. The ProtoFlow S features even...
Feb 22, 2013 | LPKF
Productivity. Innovation. Time to market. Day to day, year over year, businesses are forced to make critical R.O.I.—related decisions that impact the future and the bottom line—some of them reactionary, some forecasted. For a growing number of electronics manufacturers, many of those decisions revolve around whether a function should be performed by an outside contractor or kept in-house. But for many companies in the RF/microwave industry, this decision is often concerned with continuing to employ an outside PCB fabricator for prototype PCBs, or to make a $10,000 to $100,000 investment in an inhouse, rapid PCB prototyping machine that may represent a key competitive advantage....
Jan 29, 2014 | The fast-paced expansion of Garbsen-based laser specialist, LPKF Laser & Electronics AG, is continuing unabated. With over 750 employees around the world, LPKF has now expanded its management teams at its Fürth (Germany) and Naklo (Slovenia) production locations.
Jan 16, 2014 | LPKF Laser & Electronics will exhibit at AFCEA West 2014. LPKF provides in-house rapid PCB prototyping systems for a variety of applications and will demonstrate its best-selling prototyping system, the ProtoMat S63, in booth 1542.
Nov 21, 2013 | LPKF Laser & Electronics AG presents a spectacular new development: The LPKF ProtoMat D104 unites the best features of advanced LPKF ProtoMats with the high precision of the ProtoLaser systems. The highlight of this product innovation is a special UV laser.
Nov 21, 2013 | A step stencil is an SMD stencil made with local depressions (step-down) or raised areas (step-up) to allow the solder paste volume to be varied locally. This allows for mounting of both SMD components with a low pitch and robust connection components on PCBs in a single step.
Nov 15, 2013 | LPKF remains on track for success, even though revenue growth has slowed somewhat in the year’s third quarter, as expected.
Sep 10, 2013 | The productronica is an important trade fair for LPKF Laser & Electronics AG. In time for the opening, the specialist in micro-material processing presents four new systems and procedures
Aug 27, 2013 | In-house PCB prototyping specialist LPKF Laser & Electronics has announced it will exhibit at both Eptech Mississauga and Eptech Ottawa. At both shows LPKF will provide educational information about its rapid PCB prototyping equipment, including mechanical milling and laser etching systems.
Jan 18, 2013 | LPKF Laser & Electronics will exhibit at the 2013 IPC/APEX Exposition. Situated in booth 2333, LPKF will showcase the MicroLine 1120 P, a compact UV laser system designed for processing bare PCBs.
Dec 03, 2012 | LPKF Laser & Electronics will present the webinar Stencil Aperture Size and Its Impact on the Printing Process Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 11 a.m. PST. The webinar examines the relationship between stencil aperture size and solder paste volume and how the stencil manufacturing process can influence both.
Sep 12, 2012 | LPKF Laser & Electronics will exhibit at the upcoming SMTA International Conference and Exposition
LPKF Laser & Electronics
12555 SW Leveton Dr
Tualatin, Oregon, 97062