Circuit Design Specialties Installs ExtremeJet Inline Circuit Cleaner at Texas Manufacturing Site

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Circuit Design Specialties, Inc. announced that it has purchased and installed a new ExtremeJet Inline Micro-Hybrid Circuit Cleaner from Austin American Technology at its facility in Plano, Texas. Circuit Design Specialties provides complete electronic and mechanical assembly services for industrial, military and medical clients.   

“I was so impressed with AAT’s quality and superior service, the ExtremeJet was an easy decision to make,” stated Randel Stewart, Founder/CEO at Circuit Design Specialties.

Circuit Design Specialties’ highly experienced senior technicians provide unparalleled electronic services. The company’s friendly staff works closely with you and your business to assist you with new product development, PCB layout, prototyping and large-scale production, including cable assembly and final box build services.

With the ExtremeJet, Circuit Design Specialties benefits from 30 percent more spray bars than standard machines, 50 percent smaller footprint to comparable competitive systems, touch screen operation and programming, password protection, high energy cleaning and rinsing jets, and built-in process data logging to USB.

Over the last three decades, Circuit Design Specialties has earned the confidence of hundreds of small businesses and companies across the United States.



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