LPKF Offering Live Demos of the Latest Benchtop PCB Prototyping Machines at IMS

LPKF, a leading manufacturer of laser and machine PCB Prototyping Machines and other advanced equipment for research and development and manufacturing, has announced they’ll be exhibiting in booth #1224 at the 2019 International Microwave Symposium in Boston, MA June 4th – 6th.


One exciting new machine on display will be the ProtoMat S104. This model has been upgraded with a higher speed 100,000 RPM variable speed spindle motor and high-precision copper thickness sensor probe. It’s now capable of handling the most sensitive materials, such as PTFE or ceramic filled PTFE for RF/Microwave applications. Now with an automatic tool change and depth sensor, the cut depth can be precisely and automatically controlled with zero operator interaction. This innovative evolution makes the LPKF S104 the best and first ever, truly automated PCB prototyping machine that fits on a desktop or benchtop, and can be used in-house by everyday designers and technicians with limited training.


What else is LPKF talking about IMS 2019 in Boston?

After launching their microsite last year, LPKF has added additional content and encourages microelectronics and hybrid assembly designers in all fields, including RF/microwave, to check out the updated site for easy access to insights like this:



After familiarizing themselves online, engineers are encouraged to stop by booth #1224 to watch LPKF’s laser and machine milling PCB machines in action, and talk with technical staff about their unique and varied applications.