Hoffmann + Krippner Expands Product Portfolio

Hoffmann + Krippner Expands Product Portfolio
HOFFMANN + KRIPPNER INC.

TES Frontdesign has engaged in a joint venture with Hoffmann + Krippner as its new majority owner, enabling the company to provide a wider array of sensing and input products to the US and Canada. Essentially, the objective of the partnership is to improve in terms of “best practice” and to offer an extended product portfolio. As a result, Hoffmann + Krippner now provides:

• Flexible membrane switches or on carrier (aluminum, stainless steel, FR4, plastic)
• Cutting-edge touch screen solutions with optimized evaluation, including customer-specific printed glass surfaces and optical bonding to achieve highest display quality
• Printing on films and glass using hybrid, digital and screen printing techniques
• Capacitive keyboards including industrial display, controller, evaluation software, interfaces
• Electronic assembly including in-house SMD placement
• Enclosure parts and complete aluminum or stainless steel enclosures, stainless steel fronts, produced in-house, polished, powder coated anodized and painted
• Integrated dispensed gasket systems
• Assembly and testing of components and systems
• Printed electronics and assembly of electronic components on film
• Custom foil-based potentiometric sensor systems on foil or FR4

Hoffmann+Krippner, Inc
Frisco, TX 75034
800-838-1201
770- 487-1950
[email protected]
[email protected]
http://www.hoffmann-krippner.com

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Company: HOFFMANN + KRIPPNER INC.
Country: United States (USA)

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