LPKF Laser & Electronics, a leading manufacturer of laser and electronics systems, will be exhibiting in booth #2409 at the upcoming IMS 2012 International Microwave Symposium, scheduled to take place June 19-21, 2012 at the Palais de congrès de Montréal in Canada.
With unbeatable speed and precision when working with RF and microwave applications, the ProtoLaser U3 is capable of working on a wide variety of applications and processing a broad range of materials without the use of tools or chemicals. A close-cousin to the award-winning MicroLine 1120 UV laser from LPKF, the ProtoLaser U3 is quiet, compact and ready to use with little more than a click of a button, and has the ability to process applications that were previously only possible with the help of large and expensive industrial systems.
From cutting/depaneling almost any material from flex to fired ceramics, drilling, skiving, decaping and direct surface metal etching of the artwork, the ProtoLaser U3 offers maximum flexibility and is the only UV laser system worldwide that can mechanically etch laminated substrates.
The LPKF ProtoMat S63 is a bench top milling machine that handles virtually all in-house PCB prototyping with ease and is configured for RF and microwave requirements. Each system is upgradeable and includes special features such as automatic tool change, solder paste dispensing, automatic milling depth adjustment and easy-to-use software.
For more information about any of LPKF’s advanced rapid prototyping equipment, stop by booth #2409 during IEEE MTT-S or visit www.lpkfusa.com.
LPKF Laser & Electronics is the world leading manufacturer of both mechanical and laser systems for demanding tasks in printed circuit board technology and microelectronics. LPKF’s worldwide headquarters is located in Garbsen, Germany outside of Hannover and the company maintains North American headquarters in Portland, OR.