WHO WE ARE
EPE Corporation has been a trusted, high-reliability Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) expert since 1965. EPE is a Service Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) located in Manchester, NH and focuses on the high-reliability markets of defense & aerospace, RF communications, medical, robotics, industrial and Internet of Things.
EPE transforms ideas into reality with our full range of electronic manufacturing services. From New Product Introduction (NPI) to full rate production and sophisticated logistics solutions, we manufacture and deliver high quality, complex assemblies for low-to-medium volume, high-mix products, high-reliability electronic assemblies and integrated box build systems. Our cost effective electronic manufacturing processes are scalable to support accelerated time-to-market targets and flexible to meet variable market demands.
LATEST EPE NEWS
EPE thanks its employees who have served in the military over the years! Our veterans include: Bob Jensen (Army), Dave Parrotto (Army National Guard and Navy), George Sheldon (Air Force), Hollis Willoughby (Air Force), Jason Martin (Army National Guard), JD Bell (Navy) Ray Melendez (Army), Sean Finegan (Army National Guard), Joe Sipple (Navy). Fifty plus years of combined service from our EPE Veterans! NEVER FORGET!
MANCHESTER, NH. (August 23, 2018): EPE Corporation, an industry expert in high-reliability EMS since 1965, has continued its strategic investments in technology with the purchase of a new Heller Mark 5 1936 10-zone reflow oven. The Heller 10-zone reflow oven system delivers one of the highest levels of repeatability and temperature accuracies in today’s reflow oven marketplace. In addition, it offers high-volume production capabilities with belt speeds up to 1.4 m/min to accommodate the fastest pick and place systems.
“Our new Heller MK5 reflow oven has been a game changer for us in terms of our ability to manufacture larger, thicker and more densely populated leaded and lead-free printed circuit boards. The 10 individual temperature zones allow us to achieve targeted temperature ramp rates and time-at-liquidous to ensure the best solder joints and process control,” comments Ken Desrochers, Vice President of Operations at EPE.Continue reading