News & Events

06.06.2014

DYCONEX qualifies new Multibond process for high-reliability PCBs

DYCONEX has installed a new pre-treatment tunnel machine so it can provide an in-house Multibond process. Today, that process is qualified for flex PCBs and inner layers of rigid products.

MST at Medical Manufacturing Asia 2014

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Manufacturing Processes for Medical Technology
September 9 - 11, 2014
Suntec, Singapore
Booth# 4E20

MST at Medical Electronics Conference 2014

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Electronic technologies and advanced manufacturing
September 18 - 19, 2014
Marylhurst University, Portland, OR, USA


US ENTITY DYCONEX INC. TRANSFORMS INTO MST INC. AND APPOINTS NEW GENERAL MANAGER FOR USA

As a next step towards our integration with the Micro Systems Technologies Group, our US entity DYCONEX Inc. has been transformed into MST Inc. The Company is registered in Oregon but still head-quartered at the former address in Phoenix Arizona. MST Inc. represents the DYCONEX scope of prod-ucts as well as all other offerings of the MST Group.

In this context, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Walker as the General Manager of Micro Systems Technology Inc. (MST Inc.). As General Manager, Mr. Walker is responsible for grow-ing the overall MST business and in particular DYCONEX's market share in North America. Mr. Walker contributes senior executive experience from both the high-end PCB as well as the base materials industry. Mr. Walker has a proven track record in international sales and holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Texas Tech University.

About MST:
The MST Group comprises 5 technology companies located in Germany, the United States, and Swit-zerland. The globally active group provides innovative products and services for medical devices, especially implants, and other high-reliability/high-performance industries. The offering includes amongst others HDI/microvia PCBs, ceramic substrates, electronic module design and manufacturing, batteries and hermetic feedthroughs for implants, as well as catheter technology.