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  • Award-Winning Murray Percival Company Expands Product Offering with Depanelizers


    The Murray Percival Company announces the addition of Murray Percival Depanelizers to its extensive product lineup. These high-quality depanelizers are now available in stock along with spare blades and blade sharpening services. Sometimes referred to as “pizza cutters” due to their efficient cutting mechanism, these depanelizers offer unparalleled precision and reliability for separating PCBs.

    As a leading manufacturer’s rep in the electronics industry and beyond, the Murray Percival Company has consistently delivered innovative solutions to customers, enabling them to optimize their processes and enhance productivity. By introducing Murray Percival Depanelizers, the company further solidifies its commitment to offering cutting-edge products that cater to the evolving needs of its clientele.

    Depanelization, the process of separating individual PCBs from a panel, is a critical step in electronics manufacturing. This tool provides manufacturers with a dependable solution for efficient, accurate PCB separation.

    “We are thrilled to introduce Murray Percival Depanelizers to our valued customers. It is another tool in our customers’ toolboxes,” said Mark Percival Jr., MARCOM Manager at The Murray Percival Co. “These depanelizers represent the perfect fusion of advanced technology and precision engineering, ensuring that our clients can achieve seamless and reliable depanelization results. We offer the depanelizers in both manual and automated versions to accommodate any type of process improvement our customers may need.”

    Murray Percival Depanelizers are now available for purchase on the Murray Percival Company website. To explore the comprehensive offering of these depanelizers or to receive a quote please visit the webstore.

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