JBC to Showcase Innovations in Hand Soldering at SMTA Guadalajara


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JBC Soldering is exhibiting at SMTA Guadalajara, which takes place at the Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara in Mexico on October 18–19.

SMTA Mexico is dedicated to the advancement of the electronics industry through member education and interaction. By attending, visitors will have access to high level technical conference and find out the latest technologies for the industry.

Customers visiting JBC’s booth will have the opportunity to discover the most advanced technologies in Industry 4.0. The JBC team will introduce the benefits of JBC Net, the first smart system to optimize traceability in hand soldering.

The company will also showcase the following:

  • The Fume Extractor FAE, capable of removing fumes and gases safely and efficiently. It features a unique fully-customizable system that optimizes fume extraction operating only when needed.
  • The Automatic Solder Feeder SF, that allows you to feed solder wire automatically from any position. Thanks to a small blade with V-cut, it avoids solder and flux splashing during the soldering process.
  • The Solder Pot CT-SA, the ideal solution for tinning wires and components faster and safer. This robust and stable unit gives security while working and avoids tipping over accidentally.

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