Solitron Devices has acquired Micro Engineering Inc. located in Apopka, FL. Specializing in highly integrated, high reliability assemblies, Micro Engineering has over forty years of experience servicing medical, industrial, and aerospace applications.
Focused on low to mid volume production, Micro Engineering offers services from conceptual design and prototyping to full turnkey manufacturing and functionally tested assemblies. Additional services include hand assembly, wire harnessing, specialized coatings and full box builds.
Mark Matson, Solitron President & COO, said, “Micro Engineering is an exceptionally synergistic fit with Solitron, expanding and complimenting engineering and manufacturing capabilities. Solitron’s expertise with chip and wire, silicon carbide and high-density multi-chip modules combined with Micro Engineering’s PCBA, SMT and system level box build capability offers a strong suite of technology to customers.
This new capability for increased functionality and power density will accelerate introductions into emerging markets particularly utilizing Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN). The combination of Solitron and Micro Engineering will also broaden both companies’ presence in medical, high end industrial and aerospace applications.”
Combined manufacturing capabilities now include 3D CAD modelling, 3D Printing, CAE machining, aluminum & gold wire bonding, void free soldering, fine pitch SMT for BGA’s, rigid, flex and double-sided circuit card assemblies; right up through full box builds. Product qualification infrastructure includes thermal shock, vibration, mechanical shock, centrifuge, salt spray atmosphere, burn-in and more. Micro engineering is ISO-9001 registered.
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