World leader in chemical etching
As the demand for smaller electronic devices increase, so does the need for precision connectors and contacts. Our technology, chemical etching efficiencies and expertise ensure the manufacture of exceptionally accurate pieces to be reliably replicated within very short lead-times.
Photofab have worked closely with leading OEM’s for many years and understand the importance of quality, precision and consistent manufacture of electrical contacts and connectors. Supplying key industries like telecoms, medical, electronics, automotive and aerospace.
Photofab can supply formed, heat treated and plated electrical contacts and connectors. We have an extensive stock of universal tooling to form components saving on any additional hard tooling costs. This allows new product development at relatively low-cost and very little commercial risk.
For prototype, low & high-volume electrical contacts and connectors with optimum precision, short lead-times and cost-effective production, trust Photofab to deliver.
Photofab can manufacture in various materials suitable for contacts, Beryllium Copper, Phosphor Bronze, Carbon Spring Steel, Stainless Steel, Mild Steel and many more.
We are world leaders in the development of photochemical technology to produce intricately shaped components. We have produced over 70,000 different components. We are known and trusted by many leading OEM’s, many of which retain long-term partnerships.
In addition, Photofab offer a full outsourcing manufacturing service, from design to assembly, producing washers to complex formed springs and screening cans. We can also offer formed, heat treated, and plated parts as required.
If you would like to discuss your electrical contact and connector requirements, please call us on 01480 226699, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our contact form.
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