It’s great to see a well engineered solution, like Bullseye® BLU, which helps customers get the most out of their equipment as they take on increasingly challenging work in the drill room.
Lake Forest, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
Insulectro, a leading distributor of materials for use in the printed circuit board industry, has announced a new product offering in its printed circuit board line of “entry” materials.
Bullseye® BLU, manufactured in the USA by industry leader LCOA, joins a family of revolutionary products that have quickly become the favorites of leading PCB fabricators. Other Bullseye® offering include the standard product and Bullseye® Micro. What makes BLU so special is its high tolerance for a wider variety of drill machines.
“Many shops have older machines that can’t handle the regular Bullseye® product because their machines lack the ability to change or adjust the size/diameter of the pressure foot insert,” commented Insulectro Product Manager Rocky Hilburn. “Bullseye® BLU means a lot more board shops are going to be able to take advantage of the Bullseye® attributes.”
Kevin Miller, Insulectro vice president of national accounts, stated, “This new Bulleye® product fills a real need in our industry. Bullseye® was a game changer when we introduced it and now a broader market can enjoy its exceptional feature set. New users can expect BLU to be non-contaminating and it virtually eliminates burring. Add to that its proven accuracy that maximizes efficiency. There’s nothing like it on the market.”
Drill manufacturer Kyocera Tycom President Jim Good agrees, “ It’s great to see a well engineered solution, like Bullseye® BLU, which helps customers get the most out of their equipment as they take on increasingly challenging work in the drill room.”
LCOA (Laminating Company of America) designs, develops, and manufactures precision quality backup and entry solutions used in the manufacturing of printed circuits boards (PCBs).
Its primary markets are printed circuit fabricators and contract manufacturers where its products are used in the production of PCBs that go into desktop and notebook computers, Internet infrastructure hardware, telecommunication, and military work.
“We discovered a real need among our customers for our BLU product,” commented LCOA President Patrick Redfern. “We listened and then focused our R&D efforts on creating this solution. We’re excited to be able to bring this valuable new addition to the marketplace.”