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Kyocera Tycom is the world's premier manufacturer of carbide cutting tools for the printed circuit board industry and the leading provider of resharpening and tool management technologies. For more than 20 years, the world's leading companies have relied on Kyocera Tycom drills, end mills and routers for the lowest cost application.

Kyocera Tycom Background

  • Founded in September 1987.
  • Corporate headquarters located in Costa Mesa, California.
  • Our manufacturing facility is located in Costa Mesa, California.
  • Business Units are located in the United States, Canada, and China.
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  • More than 400 associates worldwide.

Commitment to Innovation

  • Patented developments in closed loop feedback controls, geometry recognition systems and kitting automation technology.

  • Pioneered the concept Sharp Point Program™

  • Kyocera Tycom was the first drill manufacturer to commit to resharpening as part of it's core business and since 1990, we have been the largest resharpener of PCB drills in the world.

  • Kyocera Tycom has developed innovations that have improved the life of our resharpened tools (Kyocera Tycom automated sharp point system - VISIONARE), and advanced the technology of ringsetting systems (Rodica Jr.). U.S. Patents have been awarded for Rodica Jr. and for VISIONARE.

  • Kyocera Tycom has also been an innovator in the area of cost effective methods for loading tools into the "ready to use" format. U.S. Patent #5,655,354 was awarded in 1997 for the introduction of a robotic system which loads tools into tool change cassettes ready for use in the drill room. Kyocera Tycom operating units load over 2.5 million tools per month into machine cassettes supporting all major machine manufacturers in the world.


 
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