Count On Tools Offers 10% Discount on Custom Nozzles for New Customers


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Count On Tools, Inc. (COT), a leading provider of precision components and SMT spare parts, is offering 10 percent off of custom orders for new customers effective immediately through the end of the year.

Count On Tools has the experience and manufacturing flexibility to be able to develop custom engineered solutions to satisfy individual process requirements. With nearly 30 years of experience on multiple machine platforms, the COT team has the professional expertise to solve pick-and-place issues. This would include special nozzles for LEDs (Cree, Lumileds, Luxeon, Osram, Nichia, Seoul, etc.), micro components (0201/01005/03015), connectors, switches, push buttons, pins, clips, heavy, over-sized and more.

Count On Tools remains open and running at full capacity during the pandemic. The company was labeled Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers during COVID-19 Response. This is based on the company’s support of manufacturing companies deemed essential by the Department of Homeland Security.

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