INFORMATION technology provider Legend Holdings will supply 60 per cent of the group's printed circuit boards (PCB) to outside customers when the second phase of the Legend Science and Technology Park is completed in mid-1996. Vice-chairman Danny Lui Tam-ping said yesterday that PCB manufacturing capacity would increase from 100,000 sq ft to 400,000 sq ft in two years. 'By mid-97, the new capacity will enable us to supply 60 per cent of the PCBs to outside markets, and the rest will be reserved for our own production of motherboards,' he said. The group had invested $36 million in the construction of extensions at Legend Park, he said, and would invest a further $50 million over the next two years in machinery and equipment. The second phase of the development of PCBs would meet a break-even point by mid-1997 after the new extension of PCB production hit full steam.