This agreement provides comprehensive machine support for Universal's GSM with FlexJet; the HSP4797 turret-style chip shooter; Radial 8; Axial 8; and Pin-Inserter through-hole machines. The agreement assures that customers will receive continued support as Universal modifies these machines and offers an offline programming capability for customers, yielding less downtime and more productivity.
�The latest version of the Tecnomatix eMPower software supports Universal Instruments' newest models of equipment,� said Lynn Potenziano, Universal product marketing specialist. �This enables electronics manufacturers with multi-vendor lines that include these machines to benefit from the programming and optimization capabilities of the eMPower software.�
�Tecnomatix is proud to have worked with Universal since 1999,� said Israel Levy, chief executive officer of Tecnomatix Unicam Inc. �This collaboration provides our customers with the best offline programming available, and we look forward to continuing this mutually beneficial relationship with Universal and with Universal's client base.�