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Saturn Electronics Corp. Looks to the Future with Mania�s Micronic 86

Apr 28, 2008

Saturn Electronics Corp. recently installed Mania�s Micronic 86 into its Romulus-based, industry-leading drilling department. In addition to exhibiting the fastest linear motion on the market (X, Y, and Z-axis), the Micronic 86 also possesses a unique contact-drilling faculty. Elevating the depth structuring for highly accurate blind-via-drilling to +/- 0.5 mils, Saturn is now capable of meeting additional customer demands.

�This is an essential feature as we begin process development for HDI Blind Vias,� says Yash Sutariya, VP of Saturn. �Process development work begins in May and we�ll be at full production by the fourth quarter.�

Passing Savings to the Customer

Saturn�s diligent equipment investment program provided the PCB fabricator with the opportunity to seize the new Mania drill, which culminates its premier Drill Room. �All the money we�ve saved on purchases to date, plus the savings those purchases afforded us through increased quality, is the reason we were able to add the Micronic 86,� says Sutariya. �Now we can go after a new niche in the market and make Saturn accessible to increasingly higher-end work.�

About Saturn Electronics Corporation

Founded in 1985, Saturn Electronics Corporation is a leading manufacturer of high-reliability, technologically advanced printed circuit boards. Dedicated to quality since its inception, Saturn delivers steadfast manufacturing that ranges from quick-turning elaborate prototypes to scheduled principal volume-production. Saturn's adherence to quality resulted in being the first PCB manufacturer in North America to achieve TS16949 certification. For more information, visit

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