Artec 3D has officially opened a newest optoelectronics production facility in Luxembourg. For this inauguration of the most modern and sophisticated high-tech production in Luxembourg, Artec 3D welcomed the Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel as well as the Minister of Economy Franz Fayot, who joined the company’s CEO & President Artyom Yukhin in launching the site.
“We’re very proud to open the most sophisticated fab in Luxembourg, and one of the best in Europe to produce highly capable electronics working with very small components and very high frequencies. Our PCB assembly line is fully automatic, and consists of the latest and best production and quality inspection machines from Japan, South Korea, Germany, Italy, and the USA” stated Artyom Yukhin, CEO of Artec.
“This new state-of-the-art facility marks the start of a new chapter for Artec and our increased ability to deliver new products as we go forward. Our thanks go to Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Luxembourg Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot for opening our new facility and celebrating this significant milestone with us” further commented Yukhin.
The facility includes a 300m² clean zone that boasts an ISO7 cleanliness classification and customized temperature, pressure, and humidity control. The cleanroom is also equipped with unbeatable data intelligence software that provides real time insight into the status of the cleanroom at any time. Characterized by decentralized air systems guaranteeing a 99.9% uptime, this technology is unique to Luxembourg and ensures the highest standard of production as well as the highest levels of safety and precision.
“Thanks to this investment by Artec 3D, Luxembourg has one of the most sophisticated cleanrooms in Europe. As a government, we are proud to have facilitated this investment. The story of Artec 3D is a true success story and also an example of a public-private partnership that has worked very well” said Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel.
The new production facility will manufacture and assemble the award-winning and industry-acclaimed 3D scanners used in industries and applications around the world, including reverse engineering, quality inspection, manufacturing, healthcare, and forensics.
Minister of Economy Franz Fayot who also attended the event said, “Since their arrival in Luxembourg in 2010, Artec 3D has undergone remarkable development and has integrated perfectly into the economic fabric of Luxembourg. The company is now a world leader in the development of innovative 3D solutions and products, and holds great promise in many areas, particularly in the face of the challenge of both the digital and green transitions. With this new production line, the company strengthens its roots in Luxembourg, as well as its contribution to our “Made in Luxembourg” influence throughout the world. As the Ministry of the Economy, we are proud to have been able to support Artec 3D since its inception, in particular with Luxinnovation, and through financial aid.”
For more information: www.artec3d.com