Aismalibar Increases Manufacturing Capabilities In Barcelona Facility


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Aismalibar recently updated its Barcelona facility with three new pieces of equipment. With a commitment to the future, the company has carefully selected new equipment to assure their continued leadership in the thermal management laminate market.

Aismalibar has always been a strong believer in a covenant of cooperation with its customer/partners and has always strived to provide them with the very best solution available on the planet today. It is in the spirit of this covenant that the company has made these recent investments.

Commenting on these investments, Jeff Brandman, President of North American sales said, “with our close relationships with both our PCB customers and their customers we have developed a complete understanding of what their high technology laminate needs are today, and most importantly in the future, especially their Thermal management needs. It is armed with this information from our customer/partners that we decided to invest in the very best equipment available on the market today. At Aismalibar we prioritize technology and innovation making sure that it allows us to meet all of our customers’ needs. With our customers in mind, we recently added this new equipment.”

The precision CNC cutting of aluminum and copper is crucial in the manufacturing circuit of Aismalibar. This new Schelling saw is equipped with automatic loading and avoids the damage caused by manual loads. Schelling is the most valued brand in the market because it combines design, solidity, sophistication, precision and durability. Schelling products are of the highest quality, based on decades of experience in innovation as well as meticulous construction. The result is the production of daily use machines suitable for hard conditions of use, with perfect cutting results.

The Somerra automatic laminator applies a film protector with full automotation. This film allows the base materials, constructed of aluminum and copper, to be protected from moisture, stains and marks, obtaining the necessary quality to produce a product with guarantees. Aismalibar currently utilizes the TX series, a model that incorporates the latest technology developed by Somerra.

The surface treatment center has been integrated, which allows a preliminary preparation of the aluminum and copper plates through a mechanical and chemical process. This new technology has to do with the greater flexibility in the production process and offers a wide range of possibilities in surface finishes to adapt them to the needs of each industry.

About Aismalibar

Founded in 1934 and based in Barcelona, Spain, Aismalibar manufactures high end Copper and Metal Clad Laminates for the Printed Circuit Board Industry. Aismalibar’s expertise lies in offering the best solutions to reduce the operational temperature of the Printed Circuit Boards. Aismalibar materials ensure quality and reliability of all the products that incorporate them. Aismalibar has implemented a 100% proof test with 1-3KV (High Pot Test) to every IMS laminate that is produced. These materials minimize the use of supplementary fans or heat sinks, thus reducing production costs. Aismalibar now operates globally through several subsidiaries. Our priorities are now, and have always been technological innovation and customer satisfaction.

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