RTW NEPCON CHINA: Rehm Discusses Reflow Strategies to Reduce Voiding


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Ralf Wagenfuehr, plant manager at Rehm Thermal Systems in China, speaks with I-Connect007’s Stephen Las Marias about their latest advancements in reflow oven technology, as well as on strategies to reduce voiding. Other key topics discussed include their integrated software and their Industry 4.0 strategy.

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