At APEX we were thrilled to meet our stencil maker, MET. We search for the best stencil maker in the world and it is MET! – they have a facility in New Jersey, so we get the perfect stencil fast and at a great price. If you’re looking for a great company to provide your stencil for your stencil printer, check out MET. They’re also very nice people
MET is ready to meet your stencil requirements. We manufacture Electroformed Stencils,Laser Cut Stencils, and Chemically Etched Stencils for various solder paste and glue printing applications. We have the technology to provide stainless steel, nickel, step down, or step up solder masks. If you’re looking for tube, cast, Vector Guard, Wizard or any other type of stencil mounting system; we have it.
MET maintains state of the art laser cutting machines to produce the finest and most accurate stencils available.
Our newest lasers are capable of a wide range of thicknesses with repeatability of +/-2µm and overall positioning accuracy of +/-10µm @ 68° F +/-1° F.
Through the use of these high speed cutting machines, we provide the greatest value for your stencil dollars.
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