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The Gardien Group is exhibiting at IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego, February 27 - March 1, and welcomes attendees to visit their booth. Be sure to secure a meeting with a Gardien representative, to understand the full range of Gardien’s expertise and services.
Whether you are an existing customer, or newly interested in Gardien’s services, we welcome everyone to our booth, where we will showcase the AVI Tiger and introduce attendees to Gardien’s brand new flying probe range, presenting it for the first time. The Flying Probe range includes the G45, G50, G75, G80 and the G90, as well as several oversized machines.
Gardien is looking forward to meet you at Booth 241.
Gardien is the world’s largest provider of independent testing and QA solutions to the PCB industry. Our global footprint is what makes us truly unique. We operate on an international basis, but with a local presence through our network of 25 services centers, and we cater to a whole range of customers; from a small family owned PCB shops to large international fabricators….and everyone in between.
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