If your company is an Arizona Technology Council member, it’s likely you have a Tech Council-branded Prototron printed circuit board on display at your office. At this after5 you’ll see how these circuit boards are made. Prototron specializes in quick-turn printed circuit boards, and whether it’s a prototype or production board, the company provides a high-quality board that is compliant to IPC specifications. On the facility tour, you’ll learn about how Prototron’s process has evolved to meet the changing requirements of their customer.
Attendees will also hear from Yarbrough Electronics Sales, Inc. The company is a local source for contract manufacturing services serving medical, military, industrial and mining customers. Yarbrough and Prototron routinely work together on prototype projects and production manufacturing.
Prototron Circuits started in 1987 with the mission of delivering printed circuit boards faster than the competition and with more flexible delivery times. Today is a full-service printed circuit board manufacturer specializing in production quality prototypes with facilities located in Tucson and Redmond, Washington. Certifications include ITAR, ISO 9001:2015, MIL-PRF-31032B and AS9100 D.
Yarbrough Electronics Sales, Inc was founded in 1987 as a manufacturers’ sales representative firm for printed circuit boards, machined parts and sheet metal fabrication. Over the years the business evolved into full service contract manufacturing. The current manufacturing facility is located two blocks from Prototron. Both companies work together closely to support customer requirements for everything from quick turn prototypes to full turnkey production.
3760 E. 43rd Place
Tucson , AZ 85713
March 20, 2019
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
FREE for AZTC members; $20 for non-membersRegister