Astute Electronics is an authorised, franchised seller and technical partner for Masach.
Masach Tech specialises in board level EMI/RFI shielding design and production for small, medium, and large-scale runs.
Founded in 1994, Masach is a globally recognized and leading supplier to some of the world’s largest electronic companies, driven by the highest quality customer service with uncompromising product performance.
Every step of the production cycle, from raw materials and design to packaging and shipping, is meticulously executed under one roof, leveraging dedicated hydraulic presses, cutting-edge tool room assemblies, forming operations and more.
Masach utilises the latest laser technology to deliver the most advanced 3D cutting of formed or bent shields made of thin gage materials, CNC punching and more.
Masach are committed to meet the needs of every industry – from network equipment and telecommunications to military and medical – with the right board level EMI/RFI shielding solution for every challenge.
Astute Contact: Stewart Burns [email protected]
Drawn-seamless EMI/RFI Shields
Setting the Standard for Shielding™, Masach brings 25 years of know-how and expertise into every standard shield produced. Its ever-growing selection of standard EMI/RFI shields is the largest in the industry, saving its customers precious time and money while catering to the electronic industry’s growing high frequency and RF applications. With an emphasis on technology and design, Masach Drawn EMI/RFI shields boast top performance across the metrics, featuring a seamless protective cage, robust construction, optimal planarity, and two-piece shield design.
Features & Benefits:
Custom EMI/RFI Shields
Masach™ takes a proactive role in the decision process, bringing its vast experience and expertise in the field to find the optimal shield design and configuration for every need.
Masach™ Engineering department can either design the shield from scratch or receive an existing design for review. As part of this review process, a more simplified version of the design is considered, while maintaining the same functionality as well as the same shielding level. This process takes into account proven manufacturing techniques and the compatible to cheaper tooling used for large-scale runs.
The future proof design optimization is extremely important when considering the costs of re-designing and re-testing prototypes that move into mass production.