EPR Partner serves a wide range of markets, like the aerospace and internet of things industry, the medical sector, the semiconductor industry, scientific and applied research, telecommunications, defense and various smaller industries. They all have one thing in common: a drive for enhancing the world. And we love to contribute to this. Read more to get an idea of EPR Partner’s technological abilities.
In the semiconductor industry the focus is on smaller and precise products that need to become even more smaller and precise. Moore’s Law applies: every 1.5 to 2 years the number of components on a chip doubles. As a high-tech partner we must respond to this. EPR is involved in an early stage of a product’s development. We meet up with the engineers of the client: Design for Excellence and a look at the future play a major role in those meetings.
In the past we contributed to the development of wireless chargers. EPR also produces testing machines that can test tens of thousands of components every minute. Next to that, we co-engineer and produce large printed circuit boards and are able to place micro components on them. EPR pushes the boundaries of engineering possibilities. Naturally, next to processing at high speed and testing large amounts of parts, the quality and reliability of our products are indisputable.
EPR has various customers that involve themselves in producing medical products. As with the aerospace industry, the medical sector needs to meet high standards for their electronical products. EPR can deliver these (IPC-A-610 class 3). Our products are very reliable and are used in equipment such as cardiology systems. Our processes also meet high health and safety work environment requirements, for example by working with our Kardex paternoster and shuttle lift warehouse system.
Electronics that are used in the aerospace industry require proven technology, high quality products (IPC-A-610 class 3) and components and an excellent reliability. We are certified to check your products on meeting these qualifications. One of the aerospace products EPR co-develops are camera heads that can be mounted on satellites to make images of the earth.
The industry asks for technological engineering tours de force. Even when the needed production aids do not yet exist, EPR uses its skills and knowledge to develop them, so we are able to fulfil the industry’s needs nonetheless. Because of our involvement at the start of the (semicon) supply chain, we are able to apply the newest developments in our production process very early. In this way EPR helps developing techniques and electronics that will be available for consumers in the far future.