We’ve taken the headache out of the manufacturing process, and have given our customers a single line of communication
Agawam, MA (PRWEB) June 28, 2010
Litron, Inc., well-known for their laser services and systems, has been building its reputation within the aerospace, government and military markets for quality manufacturing of hi-rel electronic packages. Some of the top companies in the industry have been using Litron for not only the quality of the products, but the array of services offered under one roof.
Controlling the Process So You Don’t Have To
The traditional process of having a housing manufactured from start to finish involves many vendors: machine shop, gold plater and feedthru integrator. Taking this path requires many stops back at your facility for quality inspections and coordination with each vendor at every step.
Litron, realizing how the process typically works, has decided to make it easier on their clients. “Send us your drawings and specifications and we’ll provide you with a completed package ready for population and final hermetic sealing,” says John Griffin, Litron’s Manager of the Electronic Package Fabrication Department. “We understand our customer’s time is valuable, and the more time we can save them the better. We’ve set ourselves up as a one-stop-shop for hi-rel electronic packages, so our customers don’t have to worry about whose doing the gold plating, feedthru integration or environmental testing. We manage the process from start to finish.”
What This All Means To You
Because Litron can machine the housings, manage the plating process, install feedthrus and environmental and quality test each part throughout the project, it can save you time and most importantly, money. “We’ve taken the headache out of the manufacturing process, and have given our customers a single line of communication,” says Griffin.
Check It Out For Yourself
Although it may be hard to believe that one company is willing to take on all of that responsibility, Litron is ready to prove it. “We welcome existing and potential customers to visit our facility for a tour and to discuss their projects,” says Mark Plasse, President of Litron. “We want to understand the manufacturing issues they’re currently facing, what they expect of their parts, and how Litron can be the solution they’ve been looking for.”
Founded in 1997, Litron, Inc. is a worldwide provider of custom laser systems and a leading supplier to the aerospace, defense, and medical industries for contract manufacturing services in laser welding, hermetic sealing, and hermetic package fabrication.