SMTA LA/OC and San Diego Chapters to Hold Facility Tour


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The Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) LA/OC and San Diego chapters will be sponsoring an advanced packaging and electronics assembly presentation and facility tour at Kulicke & Soffa Industries (KNS) on September 6, 2017.

The event will feature a short presentation by Quan Bui, manager of the product management division at Kulicke & Soffa, who will provide an overview of the latest semiconductor packaging and electronic assembly solutions for automotive, consumer, communications, computing and industrial segments. Semiconductor, advanced packaging, electronics assembly, wedge bonding and a broad range of expendable tools for the next-generation of electronic devices will also be covered. The facility tour, meanwhile, will provide a great opportunity to get pointers and ideas to solve your most challenging assembly equipment issues.

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