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Drilling

Drilling is a process of creating holes in printed circuit board (PCB) for through hole component insertion and creating interconnection between different layers of same PCB. Drilling can be done mainly by mechanical tools or by laser technology. In ever shrinking product dimensions, printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing has high complex PCB's with thousands of holes /sq.cm. Of only few microns. 

The drilling machine is computer-controlled. The operator selects the right drill program.  This tells the machine which drill to use and the X Y coordinates of the holes.  High speed drilling ensures clean hole walls to provide a secure base for good plating on the hole walls.

Drilling is a slow process as each hole must be drilled individually.  So depending on the drill size we drill a stack of one to three PCB panels together. Drill change is fully automatic. The machine selects the drill to use from the drill rack, checks that it is the correct size, and then loads it into the drill head.

Once all the holes are drilled the operator unloads the panels from the drilling machine and discards the entry and exit material.

  • Power Shear, Whitney-Jensen, 52"
  • Driller, Excellon, XL 3B, CNC-2
  • Programmer Air Compressor, Sullair, Mod 10-40HH
  • Driller, Excellon, Mod XL-3C, CNC-4
  • Driller, Excellon, Mod Mark III G, CNC-4, NY Blower, Mod 2104A05
  • Power Shear, Roper Whitney
  • Dust Collector
  • Drilling system, Excellon, Mod Mark VI-B
  • Air Compressor, Sullair, Mod 12-50H
  • Air Dryer Sullair, Mod Sar-300
  • Drilling System, Excellon, Mod Mark V-1B
  • Driller, Excellon, Mark 7-E230, CNC-6
  • Air Compressor, Sullair, Mod 10-30H
  • Driller-Router, Excellon, Mod XL3, CNC-4
  • Drilling System, Excellon, Mod Mark VI-B
  • Air Compressor, Sullair, Mod 12-50H
  • Air Dryer, Sullair, Mod Sar-300
  • Drilling System, Excellon, Mod Mark V
  • Driller, Excellon, Mark 4, CNC-6
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