Mr. Anaya Vardya, president and CEO of American Standard Circuits, announced recently that his company has signed a licensing agreement with Averatek for their A-SAP™ patented manufacturing process.
Book binder rigid-flex technology is a special rigid-flex design where the outer flex layers are increased in length, compared with the inner layers, by enough to keep them from interfering with each other and buckling.
This technology is especially important to customers who are producing high voltage printed circuit boards, as well as those requiring heat dissipation.
American Standard Circuits is now certified for automotive manufacturing according to the IATF-16949:2016 International Automotive Quality Management System (QMS). The certification is acknowledged as the industry’s highest standard of system and process quality for automotive suppliers.
American Standard Circuits has received their 3-year recertification to AS9100D & ISO 9001: 2015 from certifying body Intertek. The company continues to realize performance improvements as the QMS matures and evolves to support the rapidly growing company.
Total PCB solutions provider, American Standard Circuits is now offering printed circuit boards built with Oak-Mitsui’s FaradFlex.
American Standard Circuits will once again be exhibiting at SMTA Ontario Expo and Tech Forum on Wednesday, June 5 at ventureLAB, located in the Markham Convergence Centre in Markham, Ontario.
West Chicago based PCB fabricator American Standard Circuits has recently received their UL certification for both MEGTRON 4 and MEGTRON 6 laminates, which are manufactured by Panasonic Corporation Electronics Materials Business Division (distributed by Matrix Electronics).
Printed circuit fabricator, American Standard Circuits is now offering quick turn services on both flex and rigid-flex PCBs with turn-around times of five to ten days based on the technology levels.
PCB fabricator American Standard Circuits (ASC) recently acquired the RLG 550-2 routing machine from Lenz.
American Standard Circuits has acquired two new pieces of Lenz equipment, one of which is the DLG 550-2 drill machine.
American Standard Circuits will once again be exhibiting at this year’s EPTECH Waterloo 2018 trade show to be held on Thursday, October 4 from 10AM to 4PM at the Bingemans Conference Centre in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
ASCis now offering fusion bonding of PTFE-based materials. PTFE material fusion bonding uses high temperature (≥700°F/371°C) to bond PTFE directly to the copper circuitry and surrounding PTFE. This achieves bonding of the core materials without the use of a separate bonding agent acting as a bond ply or pre-preg.
American Standard Circuits will showcase their PCB fabrication capabilities at PCB West 2018, to be held on Wednesday, September 12 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, in Santa Clara, California.
American Standard Circuits has recently acquired and installed a Hitachi Drill Model ND-6Y210E. The Hitachi ND-Y series demonstrates high-speed and high-precision drilling powered by an advanced servo system. The ND-6Y210E comes equipped with spindle selection according to hole specifications, a simple axis for easy spindle replacement and an ergonomic, all-in-one design which improves operational performance.
During a full day at IMPACT 2018, I-Connect007's Patty Goldman spoke with American Standard Circuits’ founder and chairman Gordhan Patel after listening to several speakers from the departments of Defense and Education, and the International Trade Administration.
American Standard Circuits has recently appointment Mohammed Khan to the position of director of operations. In this new position Mr. Khan will be overseeing all production, engineering and quality operations for the West Chicago based PCB fabricator.
American Standard Circuits has recently acquired and installed a new Accusystems Accu-Score AS-150 Max V-scoring machine.
American Standard Circuits recently purchased and installed a new Comac HRL-24-S Hot Roll Laminator.
During DesignCon 2018, Anaya Vardya and John Bushie discussed ASC's new ebook <em>The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to Fundamentals of RF/Microwave PCBs</em> with Andy Shaughnessy of Design007 Magazine.