Weller Tools Participates in Successful Quarterly Roadshow Events


Reading time ( words)

Weller Tools, the world’s No.1 brand in hand soldering solutions, is pleased to announce its participation in the EIS and partners quarterly roadshow events. Weller has partnered with Desco and MicroCare to create engagement and education with EIS end-users and sales personnel to refocus and expand sales of electronic assembly products.

Dyan Reagan, Sales Manager at Weller, commented: “In an effort to own the bench we are partnering with EIS in these roadshows with Microcare and Desco. Both are complimentary bench top lines that align with Weller’s core values, which are customers come first and integrity in what we do.”

The first event in Ontario, CA was a huge success with 20 employees, and 40 end-users, including operators and engineers). Due to COVID-19, the second event was cancelled, but EIS sent out “We Care” packages that included Weller’s Erem cutter, Xcelite screwdriver and Weller tip activator.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

This Month in SMT007 Magazine: Robustness Is Not the Same as Reliability

09/02/2020 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Bob Neves discusses a disconnect he sees in reliability testing between what’s being tested and what happens out in the field, as well as why most reliability tests these days should instead be considered robustness tests.

Just Ask Joe: The Occam Process

08/25/2020 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
First, we asked you to send in your questions for Happy Holden. Now, it’s Joe Fjelstad’s turn! Inventor, columnist, instructor, and founder of Verdant Electronics, Joe has been involved with rigid PCBs and flexible circuits for decades, and he’s ready to share some of his knowledge with our readers. We hope you enjoy “Just Ask Joe.”

MTV Offers Solder Paste Testing Solution

06/17/2020 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
The miniaturization test vehicle (MTV) is a common benchmark test board that can gauge about 25 different paste properties and analyze how different solder pastes will perform in an assembly line. Chrys Shea details the work she’s done to develop and release the MTV.



Copyright © 2020 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.