Insulectro to Distribute Kemmer Praezision Drill & Routing Products in North America

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Insulectro, the largest distributor of materials for use in the printed circuit board and printed electronics industries, has announced it will distribute Kemmer Praezision GmbH drills, endmills, and routers to augment its drill room offerings.

“I’m excited to announce Insulectro’s newest supplier – Kemmer Praezision GmbH,” Insulectro Director of Product Management Michelle Walsh commented. “In addition to our backup and entry products from LCOA®, the addition of Kemmer Praezision GmbH drill and routing products will reaffirm our focus on helping customers attain peak drill and rout room efficiencies.”

“As we broaden our product offerings to our PCB fabricators, we are proud to add Kemmer Praezision GmbH to our line card,” said Geraldine Arseneau, Insulectro Product Manager for the new line, “Kemmer Praezision GmbH is a leading producer of high performance carbide tools used in the manufacturing of printed circuit boards.”

Kemmer Praezision GmbH designs and manufactures tight tolerance tools for printed circuit board applications in the diameter range 0.05 - 6.50mm. Kemmer Praezision GmbH is a world leader in the manufacture of PCB drills, routers and endmills. Their line of endmills are used in back drill, slots, and routing with superior edge finish. Their routers are used on routing large panels into individual boards as well as creating channels between boards.

“On behalf of the Kemmer Praezision GmbH organization, we are thrilled to begin our alliance with Insulectro in North America. Insulectro for more than fifty years has become indispensable to fabricators who manufacture printed circuit boards,” commented Gregor Dutkiewicz, Director. “We look forward to sharing a mutual success in reducing our customers’ total drill and rout room costs.”

“We welcome Kemmer Praezision GmbH to our family of best-in-class suppliers,” Michelle Walsh concluded, “Expanding our world-class product line card is just another example of Insulectro’s pledge to enable its customers to build better circuits faster.”

Insulectro supplies advanced engineered materials manufactured by Isola, DuPont®, LCOA®, CAC, Inc., Pacothane, Focus Tech Chemicals, JX Nippon, TADCO, EMD Performance Materials, Shikoku, Industrial Brush Corporation, Kemmer Praezision GmbH, and Denkai America. These products are used by its customers to fabricate complex, multilayer circuit boards and to manufacture printed electronics components. Insulectro serves a broad customer base manufacturing rigid, rigid/flex and flexible circuit boards for applications in a variety of end markets including aeronautics, telecom, data communications, high speed computing, mobile devices, military, and medical. Insulectro combines its premier product offering with local inventory across North America, fabrication capabilities and backed up by expert customer and technical support services.




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