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Circuit Check makes face shields for local hospital

May 28, 2020 | Company News

Circuit Check makes face shields for local hospital

A high demand for face shields led one Circuit Check employee to make use of our 3D printer.  R&D Engineer, Mike Ward downloaded an AutoCAD file and began printing face shields for those in the front lines of the COVID pandemic.  With the help of others at Circuit Check, Mike has made dozens of...

Circuit Check partners with major healthcare company to build ventilators

May 20, 2020 | Medical

Circuit Check partners with major healthcare company to build ventilators

For over 40 years Circuit Check has been a leading-edge provider of custom engineered test solutions to the automotive, military/aerospace, medical, industrial, and computer networking industries.  As a global company, Circuit Check has a long history of partnering with medical companies to...

Latest COVID-19 Update: Circuit Check’s role in fighting the pandemic and saving lives

Mar 26, 2020 | Company News

Latest COVID-19 Update: Circuit Check’s role in fighting the pandemic and saving lives

The global fight against COVID-19 is rapidly evolving with each passing day.  At Circuit Check we have adjusted our operations and greatly expanded our employees ability to work remotely while maintaining production capacity in each of our facilities.  In our buildings we have greatly limited...

Circuit Check Response to COVID-19

Mar 17, 2020 | Company News

Circuit Check Response to COVID-19

As the global effect of coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, Circuit Check is committed to minimizing potential disruptions to our business and yours. While we are doing everything we can to manage our company and continue to operate efficiently, the health and well-being of our employees...

Creating Automated Test Systems - Operations Video

Mar 16, 2020 | Test System Engineering, Company News

Creating Automated Test Systems - Operations Video

Our final video discusses the integration process and making sure the hardware, fixture and software are all working correctly together.  Circuit Check's Chris Scorse explains the considerations that must be made to ensure the test system is ready for use in the field.