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Technograph and Telegraph

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1963 Technograph Electronic Products was a leading maker of printed circuit boards; the printed circuit interests of Telegraph Condenser Co were merged with Technograph and the company renamed Technograph and Telegraph[1]; formed Pye Printed Motors of Cambridge, as JV with Pye Ltd[2]

Presumably later had a subsidiary Technograph Microcircuits

1980 The company was owned by Wallace Brothers, Plessey Co and the NRDC. It was acquired by RHP[3]

1984 The printed circuit board subsidiary was closed by RHP[4].

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, May 08, 1964
  2. The Times, Sep 30, 1963
  3. The Times, Jul 10, 1980
  4. The Times, May 18, 1984