3D-Micromac has announced the opening of its new North American headquarters in San Jose, California. The facility will serve as both an applications lab and sales and support facility, and the company says that the center will enable it to meet rising demand for laser micromachining products across a range of industries including solar PV manufacturing and the semiconductor industry.
“With our new regional headquarters and applications lab, 3D-Micromac can offer our North American-based customers a first-class network of sales and support services for our laser micromachining systems,” states 3D Micromac Sales and Business Development Manager Daniel Weber.
Additionally, the facility will offer “small-scale” contract manufacturing. “Providing customer evaluations, applications development, and small-scale contract manufacturing is a unique offering among wafer dicing technology suppliers,” says Weber.
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