Circuit Technology specializes in equipment for the assembly, repair and cleaning of printed circuit boards. CTI was founded in 1994 by Bob Doetzer after working in electronics manufacturing, sales, and distribution. CTI has evolved over the years by constantly evaluating the vast array of PCB assembly equipment for the best value and benefit to our customers.
In 2001 we expanded into IPC training and today we have 6 state of the art dedicated training centers including one in Costa Rica. Our trainers are the best in the business. Contact us to see how we can use our experience to help improve your PCB processes and increase your bottom line.
Angel is a great instructor, very pleasant and personable and keeps it interesting by engaging the class with experiences he has had and asking everyone to share their experiences too. I feel this type of atmosphere/teaching style helps everyone to learn better and associate the standard to the real life situations that they will come across.
I have trained with Angel at Circuit Technology for nearly 10 years now. The knowledge and support are second to none. If you need IPC training, this is the best option available.
New York Air Brake LLC
Circuit Technology has some of the best teaching staff in the south. The classes are easy to digest and my employees and I find every class very educational. Their IPC classes give us the ability to understand the material, not just pass a certification. Which in my estimation, is a big plus.
We will definitely be using them in the future.
Bob Doetzer (Owner of CTI) understands the challenges I face and he brings solutions that make my manufacturing process better, even if it is a tool that he doesn’t represent. He understands ROI requirements and most importantly, is always there to support me after the sale. I don’t just consider him a sales rep, he is a partner in my business.
Johanny engaged the participants in conversations during his presentations, which I think is very useful. I came into the class a few times to observe the training, and I learned useful things each time. This almost makes me think that I should have some of the other folks attend this class at your location (for individuals performing failure analysis of items). They could learn a lot about what to look for.