ECT works with GrabCAD to facilitate access to product drawings

Fontana, CA, February 2018: Everett Charles Technologies, the leader in Contact Spring Probes, is providing its customers another solution to find and download their CAD model drawings. ECT has joined GrabCAD, the largest online community of professional engineers, designers and manufacturers. is a secure and convenient platform with over 4 million members sharing CAD files and professional tips.

ECT engineers ensure that the latest revision of a SolidWorks drawing has been uploaded to the GrabCAD community. Their online search tool is quick and convenient, making searching for the ECT CAD file; easier than ever before. GrabCAD provides ECT customers an additional download service that’s fast, easy, and free.

Customers may now either download the files directly from the product pages on or from  (Search for “Everett CharlesTechnologies”.

To learn more about ECT’s portfolio of probes, visit

About Everett Charles Technologies (ECT):
ECT (headquartered in Fontana, CA) is the world's leading manufacturer of POGO® contact probes for a wide range of applications including industrial, medical, military, connectors and testing bare and loaded printed circuit boards. We invest in R&D programs which address engineering and materials issues that will impact contact solutions for the next decade. Methods for maintaining electrical continuity in miniature probes, improved spring technologies and probe head geometries are under continual review. ECT POGO® contacts are marketed worldwide through sales offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. ECT is a company of Xcerra™ Corporation, which provides capital equipment, interface products, and services to the semiconductor, industrial, and electronics manufacturing industries. Xcerra Corporation offers a comprehensive portfolio of solutions and technologies, and a global network of strategically deployed applications and support resources. Additional information can be found at  and

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