Eagle Electronics Accelerates Production with Two Lenz Drilling Machines


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Brett McCoy, COO for Eagle Electronics of Schaumburg, Illinois announced that his company has recently placed a purchase order for two Lenz DLG 615-2 Y765 drills. 

One of these machines is fitted with automatic load and unload and will be primarily used for single- and double-sided boards. The other new machine, in combination with their currently operational machine, will expand Eagle’s capacity to drill HDI products, therefore greatly reducing cycle time.  

Commenting on this latest purchase, McCoy stated, “Eagle Electronics is well positioned to provide our diverse customer base with dedicated machinery in order to produce their diversified products with faster turn times and greater precision. We are committed to our capital investment strategy so that we may better serve our customers.” 

The equipment is slated for delivery later this month and will be operational and in production shortly thereafter.

About Eagle Electronics

Since 1979, Eagle Electronics Inc. has provided our customers with the highest quality printed circuit boards at fair and competitive prices. From our modern 50,000 sq. ft. facility, we have been meeting and exceeding our customer's ever increasing expectations and requirements.  From providing short standard lead times to very low premiums on quick turns we strive to provide the best total value in high technology rapid turn-around PCBs in the industry. 

Our Quality System has been ISO-certified since 1996. All of our products, materials, and processes are UL-recognized. We are dedicated to a continuous improvement philosophy in all facets of our business to position ourselves to better serve our customers. Simply put, Eagle Electronics, Inc. is committed to striving for excellence in everything we say and do. ITAR registered, ISO 9001:2008 certified. For more information visit us on the web at www.eagle-elec.com.

About Lenz

Founded in 1939, Lenz was one of the first companies dedicated to the production of PCB drilling and milling machines when they entered the market in 1968. To learn more about the DLG multi-spindle series, click here.

 

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