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Feeder Finger Celebrates 15 Years of Reducing Costs & Improving Efficiency

SAN DIEGO, CA ― January 2019 ― Feeder Finger, a division of Automation Technical Services, is pleased to announce the company’s 15-year anniversary. Based in San Diego, CA, ATS was founded in 2001 with the launch of the Standard Pro 2mm Pitch Feeders for the Quad / Tyco platform, and incorporated in 2004.

Kelvin Wiley, President of Feeder Finger, commented, “We are proud of our 15-year history designing products that add tremendous value to our customers and strategic partners, and the future looks bright with the launch of our new Feeder Finger product line now available for Juki, Yamaha, Samsung, and Panasonic feeders”.

Feeder Finger designs innovative products that reduce costs and improve efficiency on the production floor. The success of the Standard Pro Feeder led to the company’s expansion and the development of the Cut Tape Feeder Finger, which launched in 2010. The company’s mission is to serve as a problem solver for Surface Mount Technology manufactures, by designing innovative products that work with equipment from the top suppliers in the industry. ATS’ goal is to make companies more profitable by removing roadblocks in Surface Mount Technology manufacturing.

With the Feeder Finger solution attached to your existing OEM feeders, you can eliminate waste, reduce cost, and improve efficiency by purchasing near the exact number of components required for each job without the concerns of effectively feeding strips of component tape. Feeder Finger is proud of its new line of products and its desire and ability to continue building its products in the United States.

Please stop by the Feeder Finger booth at the IPC APEX Expo to see a demo and place your order. For more information, visit www.feederfinger.com.

 

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