Milara. Inc. was incorporated in Massachusetts in 2001 by Krassy Petkov, Milara's CEO and a driving force in the Surface Mount Technology (SMT) and Semiconductor Industries(SI). Under Mr. Petkov's able management, that company has diversified from a manufacturer of screen printers into a multi-faceted developer, manufacturer and service provider of medium to high-end manual and fully robotic wafer printing/bumpings systems, and provider of mechanical and electrical engineering design services ranging from concept to computer numerical control (CNC) manufacturing, electrical component integration, printed circuit boards (PCB) and cable assembly design and testing.
Their Wafer Handling Robots are the most cost effective solutions in the marketplace and can be built to fit customer specific requirements.
Device/Component ManufacturerWafer Handling Robot
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