XsunX taps MAG to handle cell-to-module assembly support on CIGSolar process

In support of the XsunX front-end process, MAG’s automation systems will assemble the cells into modules, providing XsunX customers with a turnkey method of producing CIGSolar modules.

May 9, 2011 — MAG IAS will provide back-end processing systems, installation services and 24/7 global service and support for the patented CIGSolar cell manufacturing lines being developed by XsunX (OTCBB: XSNX.OB).

XsunX develops hybrid thin-film photovoltaic (TFPV) solar cell technologies and manufacturing processes. The company is developing and marketing a new patent-pending process to produce low-cost, high-efficiency, thin-film copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) solar cells. In support of the XsunX front-end process, MAG’s automation systems will assemble the cells into modules, providing XsunX customers with a turnkey method of producing CIGSolar modules.

MAG is a leading supplier of laser scribing solutions, backend systems, full factory automation, and complete integration services for crystalline-silicon and thin-film module manufacturing. Dr. J. Manjunathaiah, VP sales & business development for MAG, cited the company’s broad range of products for the solar industry and experience in large system design, build and installation for mature industries as reasons for the XsunX nod.

MAG solar solutions range from standard cells to turnkey systems, with custom solutions and simultaneous engineering partner services available.

For more information about MAG’s solutions for solar module production, please visit http://www.mag-ias.com.

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