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MRSI Bonder Installed at MIT's AIM Facility

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MRSI Systems, a provider of die bonding and epoxy dispensing systems, has installed its flagship MRSI-M3 Die Bonder in the American Institute of Manufacturing’s (AIM) Photonics Academy’s Education and Practice Factory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

The facility was built to enhance MIT’s education and training programs in integrated photonics manufacturing for the next generation of engineers. The MRSI-M3 will be an integral part of the education and training program in chip packaging, board integration and assembly and inspection and testing.

”MRSI Systems has been serving optoelectronics and microelectronics customers for the past 33 years,” said Michael Chalsen, president of MRSI Systems. "We are very pleased to partner with the AIM Photonics Academy's Education and Practice Factory at AIM Academy, which has created a unique environment for engineering students and researchers to learn automation and to develop advanced prototypes at the same time. We appreciate the opportunity to contribute to its success and look forward to further collaboration with the Education and Practice Factory at MIT and with AIM Photonics."

MRSI Systems is a manufacturer of fully automated, high-speed and high-precision die bonding and epoxy dispensing systems.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2017
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