1 Click SMT Responds to Travel Restrictions with Online Demos


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1 Click SMT Technology Co., ltd. announced that it is now offering product demonstration videos. The company just completed the installation of a studio with a rotating table, lighting and camera system to display different machines of interest. 1 Click SMT will post videos monthly together with its distributors.

Due to COVID-19, global travel has become more and more difficult. Interested customers are unable to travel to China to attend tradeshows to see equipment in person. To reduce risk for its customers, 1 Click SMT will take now accept requests from customers for equipment demonstrations.

1 Click SMT’s Demo Center is located in SongShan Lake of DongGuan City. The center houses selective solder equipment, automatic and semi-auto screen printers, a reflow oven, wave solder system, PCB handling system, BGA rework station, soldering robot, AOI system, dispenser, dry cabinet and more.

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