Demand for complex, highly precise printing tools for electronics manufacturing is constantly rising. The field of component assembly is subject to increasingly stringent requirements due to the continuing miniaturization of components, larger spectrum of components, as well as, greater precision and reliability requirements. Demand for traceability and quality inspection documentation is also rising.
“To ensure that we can continue to meet our customers’ quality and delivery time requirements in the future, we have expanded our production capacity at our manufacturing facilities in Ottobrunn, Germany, and Györ, Hungary,” said Michael Brianda, Managing Director of the Christian Koenen Group, a manufacturer of high-precision metal stencils and precision screens for technical printing. New marking lasers for applying engravings and barcodes, together with manufacturing machinery to produce 3D and stepped stencils, were recently installed in both locations.
“Our customers around the globe rely on the expert advice of our teams, the high level of precision and quality of our products, and our short delivery times,” said Michael Brianda. “We have made our deliveries significantly more reliable by increasing the redundancy between our production facilities in Ottobrunn and Györ with strategic investments.”