Additive Circuits Technologies, a developer of advanced circuit technologies, has acquired Winonics of Brea CA. The ACT-Winonics factory in Brea CA will continue to support all existing customers and production.
Over the coming weeks, the Brea facility will be installing ACT process production lines that will allow for finer-line products and applications requiring high-speed materials. Winonics-ACT will continue manufacturing under certifications. The facility will remain ITAR registered, UL approved, and RoHS compliant. The IT and design systems will be receiving a variety of security upgrades to comply with DoD and Industrial customer security needs.
ACT has developed and patented novel manufacturing processes allowing for greater ultra-fine conductor widths, spacing, and complex geometries on printed circuit boards, including radio-frequency, microwave features, and the use of novel materials. The company is primarily supporting advanced Military, Aerospace, and Communication needs.
Winonics has been serving the Circuit Board market since 1967 making rigid printed circuit boards for commercial applications across multiple sectors. The company presently has dozens of customers across North America.
ACT’s CEO, Stephen Spoonamore commented, “The acquisition of Winonics adds to ACT two equally needed resources, an excellent physical manufacturing facility and first-rate operations and production team. The team at Winonics has a solid reputation in the industry, decades of service, and quality production for traditional printed circuit boards. The addition of ACT’s advanced technologies will allow the company multiple paths to grow with both existing and new customers.”
Mark Eazell, continuing General Manager of Winonics-ACT, added, “We’re excited about having two companies coming together to focus on developing better products for our customers. We already have long-standing customers expressing interest in the new capabilities and product offerings.”
ACT-Winonics team will continue to provide Rigid printed circuit boards while broadening product offerings with ACT’s technologies. In 2021 the company is planning to roll out Flex & Rigid-Flex products.
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Publisher: PCB Directory