BUENA PARK, Calif. -- Leach International Corporation, a major electrical power switching component manufacturer for the aerospace and rail industries, has launched a new hybrid microelectronics prototype lab at its North American facility.
Located in the company's newly redesigned, 10,000 square-foot Hepa-filtered clean room, the new lab was created to support conceptual design, assembly and testing capabilities for a wide range of circuits and technological devices. The lab can produce prototypes ranging from simple conductive circuits to complex microprocessor-based control devices. Additionally, new ideas can be quickly tested in the lab as part of the ongoing research and development process.
"A unique concept in the relay industry, this lab was developed in response to the prevailing 'Just in Time' philosophy embraced by many manufacturers in the marketplace," explains Ernie Johnson, president of leach International, North America. "It is set up for fast response and quick prototype development. Customers can expect to see results within two to four weeks of their request.