CIREXX Selects Orbotech for InkJet Printing



Santa Clara, CA, May 3, 2014. Cirexx International announced today that they have purchased an Orbotech Legend Inkjet Printer. The Orbotech inkjet equipment prints and cures all in the same system with no wasted ink while allowing for finer feature definitions than standard screening.

Phillip Menges, Cirexx President & CEO of Cirexx said, “With this technology Cirexx continues its commitment to its customers to deliver the most reliable advanced products in the quickest industry turns. We selected Orbotech based on the company’s reputation as a staunch supporter of the PWB industry with reliable and hi-tech equipment solutions.”

“I look forward to providing our customers more and finer legend features while maintaining our industry-leading delivery values.” said Don Kaufman, Director of Sales & Marketing. “Our Quick Turn standards are based on the principle of performing all processing in house.”

About Cirexx International

Founded in 1980, Cirexx International, Inc. is an electronic solutions company offering PCB Design, PCB Fabrication and PCB Assembly of high-reliability Printed Circuit Boards, RF/Microwave Circuit Boards, Flexible Printed Circuits and Rigid-Flex Circuit Boards. Recognized as a time-technology leader, the company offers a genuine Quick Turn service and provides a one stop shop and all in-house solution known as Seamless Integration. Cirexx has expertise fabricating high layer count Printed Circuit Boards using a variety of substrates including a wide array of high-frequency RF-based materials in mixed (hybrid) constructions. Cirexx delivers unsurpassed quality and support to a large array of customers in the high-reliability markets of defense/aerospace, industrial, and medical instrumentation.


Cirexx International, Inc.
Attn: Kurt Menges
791 Nuttman Street
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(800) 444-6817


written by
Sam Biddle
Market Strategy & Development

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