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JPSA Expands Job Shop, Apps Lab

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MANCHESTER, N.H., Dec. 28, 2010 — JP Sercel Associates Inc. (JPSA) has expanded its job shop operations with the addition of new diode-pumped solid-state, ultrafast and excimer laser workstations.

With the expansion of its job shop operations, JPSA can now accommodate its global micromachining customers with applications in the LED, solar, semiconductor, specialist microelectronics and biomedical industries. (Photo: JPSA)

The additions will extend the company’s capacity to accommodate its global micromachining customers with applications in LED, solar, semiconductor, specialist microelectronic and biomedical industries.

Its building expansion will provide additional space, enabling the installation of several laser micromachining workstations, including the ultrafast laser tools. In addition, it will house cleanrooms, an expanded full-featured job shop, applications laboratory and an expansion of its state-of-the-art production facility for the manufacturing of laser micromachining systems.

JPSA has installed several new diode-pumped solid-state, ultrafast and excimer laser workstations.

“The ultrafast lasers will permit fabrication of traditionally difficult materials such as quartz, glass and various metals allowing us to deliver a wide spectrum of materials processing capabilities to our customers,” said Jeffrey P. Sercel, chairman and CTO. “We also added key application scientists as part of our planned growth strategy to better serve a global laser technology market.”

JPSA provides laser micromachining services for process development and industrial laser applications.

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