APCT Selects Bürkle Lamination System


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Kurt Palmer, president and CEO of Burkle North America, announced today that APCT Santa Clara has selected a Bürkle WorkCell lamination system to enhance their PCB lamination capability.

Eric Schmidt, APCT vice president of operations, stated, “We are pleased to partner with Bürkle by adding their lamination press system–a “WorkCell” with two hot presses, a cold press, and a Bürkle Transport loading system.

“Bürkle North America has done an outstanding job supporting us with their state-of-the-art equipment, including Schmoll mechanical drills and laser drilling systems, and we expect that our strong partnership with BNA will only benefit APCT further with this most recent purchase of the Burkle press.”

Founded in 1977, APCT is one of the leading manufacturers of high reliability printed circuit boards in North America. Headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., the company features four manufacturing sites and is considered one of the most experienced board fabrication companies in North America. APCT offers a broad range of printed circuit board manufacturing capabilities, including higher layer counts in through-hole technology, high technology HDI product, and the support of flex and rigid-flex builds.

Bürkle North America, celebrating 30 years serving the printed wiring board North American market, provides precision Burkle vacuum lamination systems in a floor efficient design, as well as machines from Schmoll Maschinen, the world leader in highly accurate mechanical drilling, laser drilling, imaging, and punching equipment.

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