June 20, 2012
Mark Osborn, president and owner of Colonial Circuits, has announced that his company has acquired GSK Eclipse direct metallization equipment as part of the company's expansion into higher-technology PCBs.
“There were a number of reasons for buying the GSK ECLIPSE DM systems. First, we wanted to upgrade our current system so that we would be able to handle microvias as well as very thin panels,” said Osborn. “One goal for this year is to be fully invested in the HDI microvia technology and this particular system is critical to that goal. Because we have been Mil-Certified, Nuclear and Flight approved for direct metallization for over 18 years we know a great deal about direct metallization technology and therefore understand just how good this particular piece of equipment is.”
“Second,” Osborn continued, “is that Chemcut is an American company building products right here in the U.S. It is important to us, as we move forward, to buy American whenever possible."
About Colonial Circuits
Colonial Circuits provides circuit boards fabricated with a wide range of microwave materials, including metal backed PTFE composites, thermal, and electrically-conductive adhesives and laser sculpting/profiling. It is a U.S.-based company, experienced in Military, Medical, and Telecommunications industries. Colonial approvals include Mil-PRF-31032, Mil-P-50884, Mil-P-55110, and ITAR. The company performs everything from prototype to medium volume, and with deliveries in as little as eight hours, Colonial Circuits offers a very wide range of technologies including flex and rigid-flex, HDI, Blind/Buried vias, laser drilling, micro filled vias, controlled depth drill/rout, sequential laminations, hybrid-constructions/mixed laminates, and heavy copper circuitry. Their specialty, is addressing the needs of their customers--whatever they are. For more information, visit www.colonialcircuits.com.