Since the company started in 1984, MITS Electronics has been supplying PCB prototyping machines for many labs in the world with one of the best qualities in the market.

With more than 30 years experience, MITS will continue to support Rapid Prototyping.

And now MITS Electronics produces a 3D printer to satisfy the needs of engineers and scientists.

The industry is changing constantly, and the pace of technology progress is accelerating. 3D printers, and advances in resins, will also change the industry and rapid prototyping. MITS Electronics plans to continue supplying good quality products to meet the needs of customers.

PCB Prototyping Eleven Lab

Low-cost, wide range table size, XYZ triple-axes control, high resolution, standard camera monitoring system

Suitable for processing normal PCB.

Standard camera monitoring system

  • Magnify the surface of the board and display on a monitor.
  • You can easily adjust the right position while viewing display.
    (Maximum useful magnification depends on the size of the screen)

Single Step Tool Change

Tool change can be done without any complicated action such as thread fastening.

Web Video

11_Lab_Demo : Demonstration video featuring our latest Lab series manual tool change prototyping machine. It includes double-sided board fabrication, camera alignment function and overlay function.

PCB Prototyping AutoLab

  • Popular Auto Tool Change Machine
  • Low-cost, High resolution, standard camera monitoring system.
  • Working area: 229mm x 300mm AutoLab W Working area: 400mm x 365mm, otherwise same as AutoLab Options: vac table

The one and only machine in the world to fabricate lines and spaces under 100µm (FP-21T Series)

For repeatable and controlled high frequency characteristics for RF circuit boards, it is important to mill sharp edged lines and spaces:

However, the lines and spaces milled by average prototyping machine with 60 degrees milling cutter (without run-out considered) will result in nonperpendicular cutting edges, which are not desired for RF circuit boards.

The Auto Lab
The FP-21T

FP-21T / FP-21THP

 Readily achieves spacing of 0.1mm or more in milling precision.

  • The Z-axis stroke is 30mm, so it can process thick materials.
  • By using the optional vacuum table, it can process thin materials (200µm minimum).
  • Compatible with various materials other than substrates, 2.5 Dimensional work, and additional work.
  • Process methods, absolute and incremental, are easily changeable manually.
  • MITS' 3-axes-regulation machine can alternately perform the two types of milling operations, by simply switching between "incremental milling" and "absolute milling". This is the MITS original technology.

Absolute milling You can numerically control the height (depth) of Z axis by CPU. Although the flatness of the table and the deflection of the processed material might influence the depth, it is effective in limited processing on the not deflective material in limited area.

Incremental milling Detecting the surface of the board, and keeping the depth of the milling bit on the uneven surface makes the processing unaffected to the flatness of the table. Particularly it is advantageous when processing with the Pointed-end milling bit

With FP-21THP (air floatation model), the material is processed without contact, leaving no markings or scratches: which is suitable for flexible materials such as Teflon.