Camtek’s 3D Functional InkJet Technology System, Gryphon, Successfully Concludes a Beta-Test
MIGDAL HA'EMEK, Israel, November 25, 2014– Camtek Ltd. (Nasdaq: CAMT ; TASE: CAMT) announced today that its 3D Functional InkJet Technology system for PCB solder mask applications, known as Gryphon, successfully completed a beta testing phase at Eltek Ltd.'s (Nasdaq: ELTK)site in Israel. The application system and solder mask material performed according to specification and met its quality and process requirements.
Rafi Amit, Chairman and CEO of Camtek commented, “This is an important milestone for Camtek and I am very happy with the results from the successful conclusion of our beta-test with Eltek. Eltek has been a close working partner of Camtek’s for many years and is one of the leaders at the high-end of PCB manufacture with stringent technical requirements, which Gryphon surpassed. I would like to thank the talented team at Eltek for their hard work and help in this endeavor.”
Mr. Amit, continued. “The successful ending of the beta testing phase at Eltek is a very important achievement and we are now well on the way towards the commercialization of Gryphon. While we have another Gryphon system in a beta-test still on-going – we expect to begin shipments to customers in the near future and we look forward to working with them to significantly improve their PCB workflow. As part of our marketing efforts, we recently opened a demo center in Orange County, California, enabling potential customers to see the Gryphon in operation. We see very strong potential with this new product and expect to begin recognizing revenues during 2015.”
Roberto Tulman, Deputy CEO and CTO of Eltek commented, “We thank Camtek and its dedicated team for the opportunity to test and use this new technology, helping us fabricate PCBs with better soldermask registration and shorter lead times. Operator training has already begun and we look forward to incorporating this new capability within our production process and realizing its full potential.”