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64 The PCB Magazine • July 2015 A New Source for Laser Drills Publisher Barry Matties recently visited the West Coast offices of Nano System Inc. to catch up with Sam Sekine, formerly of Hitachi. Nano System is a new company focused on producing and sell- ing laser drill systems to the PCB industry. In this interview, Mr. Sekine discusses his staff, the com- pany's technology, and Nano System's strategy for the future. Insulectro Expands Sales Leadership to Meet Demands of Changing Marketplace "2015 has been a strong year for us in both the PCB side of our business as well as our new print- ed electronics initiatives," Insulectro Vice President of Sales Ken Parent commented. "It's time to in- crease our focus on sales and service with two well deserved promotions." Samtec Strengthens Cleaning Capabilities with Murray Percival Tech When it became clear some months ago that their PCB cleaning capabilities needed to be expanded, Samtec's project team analyzed sev- eral alternatives, including two from Speedline Technologies presented by The Murray Percival Company. ESI Supplies Model 5335 Laser Processing System to PFC Electro Scientific Industries, Inc., an innovator in laser-based manufacturing solutions for the micro- machining industry, today announced that PFC Flexible Circuits Limited has selected the Model 5335 Laser Processing System to expand its high density interconnect (HDI) flexible circuit manu- facturing capabilities. Isola President and CEO Ray Sharpe to Retire Isola Group President and CEO Ray Sharpe has announced plans to retire. He will stay with Isola until his successor has joined to ensure a smooth transition. The Board has already retained a search firm to guide the process of finding Isola's next CEO. Camtek Receives Multiple Orders for its New Eagle-i System Camtek Ltd. today announced the receipt of mul- tiple orders totaling over three million dollars for the Eagle-i, its new generation of 2D surface in- spection and metrology system, from a world leading Outsourced Semiconductor Assembly and Test (OSAT). Lab Circuits Boosts Capacity with New 6-head Drilling Unit The addition of the new ULTRA SPEED 6000-6 g- line allows us to adapt to the latest technological requirements. Equipped with a new camera sys- tem, it allows register settings using fiducial mark- ers, offset and/or rotations. Its motors reach a ro- tation speed of 200,000 rpm, allowing the use of very small diameter drills. Enigma Boosts Capabilities; Installs New Via Filling System Enigma Interconnect has now installed the MASS VHF 200, the MASS ES 10 External Scavenger, and the MASS SV 100 Planarizer, all aimed at fulfill- ing the growing customer demand for filled and capped vias (via-in-pad), as well as controlled via plugging. So Many Ways to Shoot Ourselves in the Feet, so Little Time Yep, that's what I'm talking about. When we ig- nore common sense, we can always come up with lame-brained ideas and wind up shooting ourselves in the foot. It's not always common sense, unless you learn from what you are doing wrong. Enthone Advanced Technology Center to Open in 2016 Enthone Inc. today announced that construction is underway to expand and transform the com- pany's West Haven, CT Global Headquarters to become a premier technology and manufacturing center. The renewed location will be completed by 2016 and will be named the Enthone Advanced Technology Center. 64 The PCB Magazine • July 2015 PCB007 Supplier/New Product Highlights

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