Nordson ASYMTEK Exhibits Dispensing and Conformal Coating Systems at IPC APEX EXPO 2017

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Nordson ASYMTEK, a Nordson company, will exhibit its latest and most popular technologies for fluid dispensing, jetting, conformal coating, and hot bar soldering in booth 1611 at the IPC APEX tradeshow, in San Diego, California, being held February 14-16, 2017. ASYMTEK is joining its sister Nordson companies to support IPC as it celebrates its 60th year in the electronics manufacturing industry. 

Nordson ASYMTEK delivers a variety of precise, flexible, intuitive, and reliable solutions to solve modern manufacturing challenges. ASYMTEK's products offer value and uncompromising quality along with high throughput, ease of cleaning and operation, and low cost-of-ownership. Whether you run a small operation or manage an industry giant, ASYMTEK has the system that's right for you. 

On display at IPC APEX will be ASYMTEK's Conexis™ and Select Coat SL-940 conformal coating systems, which fit a wide range of needs for both spray and selective conformal coating. The systems feature one of ASYMTEK's newest developments, Dual-Simultaneous Programmable Pitch. Using this motorized bracket, two of the same applicators operate simultaneously to conformally coat two parts at the same time. The pitch is automatically repositioned to match the programmed pitch, increasing speed, accuracy, and repeatability. Coating process time is reduced by 50%-resulting in significant UPH improvement. 

IPC APEX visitors can participate in a live demonstration of ASYMTEK's newest EasyCoat 6 software and test its offline programming features and new user interface. Combined with Dual-Simultaneous Programmable Pitch, the process is automated and operator dependency and set-up time are eliminated. 

For fluid dispensing and jetting solutions, Nordson ASYMTEK will demonstrate its Quantum and Spectrum™ II Premier systems. Also on display will be the award-winning IntelliJet Jetting System, the premier jet valve for achieving consistent small volume fluid dots at high frequency in long-term production. Nordson ASYMTEK's dispensing platforms are prized for their closed-loop process controls and high-yield production management and offer a wide range of configurations with a variety of scalable options and valves to handle the dispensing needs for the most challenging applications. 

Nordson ASYMTEK service and support has received 12 Service Excellence Awards, winning every year they entered the contest. Their customer support legacy is an asset that sets ASYMTEK apart from its competitors. They are dedicated to supporting customers and helping them to succeed. 

If you are looking for solutions for reflow soldering, heat seal, and ACF bonding, Nordson DIMA hot bar products will also be on display. 

Talk with the ASYMTEK dispensing and coating experts. For information or to schedule an appointment, email, call +1 760-431-1919, or visit the website



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