NEWS

See our latest news for CRI’s electronic manufacturing services. As an ISO 9001:2008 company, we offer Electronic and box build assembly services and industry-leading products and solutions.  We encourage clients to see our news and blog posts often for articles that provide tips and information to meet the challenges presented from the electronic communication industries. Read our latest news posts below.

1981 — C.R. INTERNATIONAL INC. – CELEBRATING 36 YEARS OF SERVICE — 2017

C.R. INTERNATIONAL INC. ADDS NEW FUJI HIGH-SPEED SURFACE MOUNT MACHINE          

C.R. International Inc. has recently added a new FUJI AIMEX III machine to increase the company’s ability to meet increasing customer demand for hi-speed throughput.

AIMEXIII-1-1030x484The FUJI AIMEX III gives CRI the capability to place 01005” (.254 x .127 mm) discrete components.  An additional benefit is 74,000 pph placement rate on a maximum PCB size of 24” W by 59” L.  On the fly vision insures accurate placement and reduced component pick errors.  While CRI has always been able to place down to 0201 discrete components, recent customer requests prompted the selection of the FUJI  AIMEX III.

Jeff Neisess, company president stated, “In the 35 years I have worked in the PCB industry, the demand for quicker, accurate, and smaller component placement is ever present.  Ultra small, like the 01005 size component is now the new threshold. Our goal is to always meet our customers’ need and, better yet, be one step ahead of their requests.”

C.R. International Inc. is a small business located in Laurel, Maryland and can provide more information at www.cri-inc.net or inquiries at sales@cri-inc.net.

Contact C.R. International Inc. at sales@cri-inc.net or call (301) 210-1540 to start your manufacturing project.

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INTRODUCING NEW PRODUCTS BY C.R. INTERNATIONAL INC.          

C.R. International Inc. is developing and producing a new line of RF products starting with a line of bandpass filters 70, 140, and 1350 MHz frequency

Contact CRI for your company’s specific bandpass requirements.

Visit our website www.cri-inc.net and click on the PRODUCTS tab for more information or to see other products available.   

Call 301-210-1540 and ask to speak with engineering to discuss how we can help you develop a product to your specifications.

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C.R. INTERNATIONAL INC. PARTICIPATES IN HOWARD COUNTY BUSINESS APPRECIATION WEEK, 2016

C.R. International Inc. (CRI) has been recognized by Allan Kittleman, Howard County Executive and the Howard County Economic Development Authorities (HCEDA)  for its’ accomplishments during the nine years of  contribution to the  MD economy. On Thursday, April 28, 2016, Jeff Neisess, President of C.R. International, Inc. was presented with a certificate of appreciation at CRI facilities in Laurel, MD.  Every  year HCEDA recognizes a selected number of small businesses that have the opportunity to showcase their advances during the Business Appreciation Week. On April 28th  CRI’s President, Jeff Neisess led the ambassadors from HCEDA and the Maryland Department of Commerce on a tour of their facilities and a brainstorm discussion about the expansion of hi-tech manufacturing in Howard County and Maryland.  CRI is proud to be a part of this program and part of the Howard County economy.  Maryland is an energetic and cooperative state encouraging small business to thrive.

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C.R. INTERNATIONAL’S WORK WITH NASA ON LOW-DENSITY SUPERSONIC DECELERATOR (LDSD)

NASA seeks to use atmospheric drag as a solution for planetary atmospheric deceleration, deploying next-generation drag devices at high supersonic speeds to safely land crews, cargo and vehicles. NASA’s Low Density Supersonic Decelerators project, led for NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, is conducting full-scale, stratospheric tests of these breakthrough technologies high above Earth to prove their value for future missions to Mars. The most recent supersonic flight tests were conducted off the coast of Hawaii in 2014 and 2015, and could influence technologies used in Mars missions launching as early as 2020.

Jeff,

Just wanted to pass on a word on congratulations.

The first of three test flights was completed this past Saturday.

The mission was a resounding success!

The boards CRI populated were responsible for actuating pyrotechnics on the vehicle and they performed flawlessly.

Public information on the flight can be found here: http://www.nasa.gov/jpl/ldsd/test-flight-successful-20140629/#.U7Mr5vldWAg

There is Hawaiian news coverage of the purpose of the test flight here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eG7Z0NOi6WU

There are several videos on you tube which show the balloon launch and subsequent vehicle flight if you’d like to peruse those by searching LDSD.

Thanks for all of your support and for providing excellent hardware.  The next two test flights are scheduled for next summer.

When man lands on Mars, know that you were part of it!

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HUBBLE TELESCOPE REPAIR MISSION A SUCCESS! CRI RECEIVES “THANK YOU” FOR CONTRIBUTION TO VIDEO COVERAGE OF HUBBLE REPAIR; SUPPLYING RNS AND HST SPACECUBE ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY.

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C.R. INTERNATIONAL IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING TECHNOLOGY UPDATES

  • February 2014 – ITAR Registered
  • March 2013 – Obtained JSTD-001ES certification
  • Nov 2009 – ISO9001:2008 Compliant
  • Oct 2007 – Moved to 9105 Whiskey Bottom Rd, Laurel, MD; 18,000 sq ft facility with temperature and humidity control
  • Sept 2006 – Full compliance to RoHS/Lead Free services
  • Aug 2003 – Added Ultraviolet light inspection station for inspection of conformal coat.
  • July 2003 – Addition of on-site IPC Certified Instructor for IPC 610 Class III requirements.