Hardware and software options enhance solder printer
Additional functions have enhanced ASM’s high-volume DEK TQ solder printer. The company says that it sets new records in terms of speed, floor space performance and wet-printing accuracy.
3 major trends driving growth in the 3D printing
Reports suggest that global aerospace 3D printing materials market size will cross the $495m mark by 2026. Growing popularity of additive manufacturing in the production of intricate lightweight cabin interiors of aircrafts will favour business growth over the coming years. Saipriya Iyer explains.
Test platform meets exascale computing challenges
Semiconductor test equipment supplier Advantest has introduced its next-generation V93000 testers targeted at advanced digital ICs up to the exascale performance class.
The hidden role of embedded computing in rail
A few years ago, a guilt-ridden Melbourne train commuter’s note warning other travellers not to sit in their spilled coffee puddle made the international news. Actually, 'the spilled coffee effect' is nothing new in the rail industry, referring to bumps and jolts that cause passenger discomfort. Here, Mark Jeffrey, Technical Director at Recab UK, explains how its embedded computing and PCBs help passengers ride comfortably and safely, ...
Direct Imaging system platform launched for QTA PCB production
Provider of Direct Imaging (DI) systems for PCB manufacturing and adjacent markets, Limata has introduced the X1000, a flexible cost efficient system platform for dry-film patterning and solder mask imaging designed for PCB manufacturers with quick turnaround (QTA) production configurations.
Supply chain software firm links with PCB assembler
CalcuQuote and Advanced Assembly, a supplier of quick-turn PCB assembly services, have announced a new collaboration.
Could 3D electronics be an alternative to PCBs?
Mention an electronic circuit and you are likely to picture a Printed Circuit Board (PCB): a rigid rectangle in a characteristic green colour with copper lines and a bewildering array of components soldered onto it. But does adding electronic functionality means using a PCB and thus requires shoehorning a rigid rectangle into the product?
Solvent recovery system enables 95% reuse
A new solvent recovery system implemented by Promethean Particles at its UK plant is enabling the recovery and reuse of more than 95% of organic solvents the company uses to manufacture some of its high-specification nanomaterials.
Webinars on current topics around soldering technology
Rehm Technology Academy starts again after the summer break in September with webinars on different topics. Do you want to update your knowledge and have little time? Then take the opportunity to listen to interesting lectures from the world of electronics manufacturing with little effort. With Rehm Thermal Systems you will get a comprehensive overview of the manufacturing processes in the electronics industry as well as product demos of the corr...
Longer shelf life enhances flux line
Emil Otto has extended its GSP fluxes family, enhancing both the performance spectrum as well as the shelf life of the flux product line.