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Nordson Electronics Solutions, a global leader in electronics manufacturing technologies, will showcase the latest dispensing, conformal coating, and selective soldering equipment for printed circuit board assembly in two stands at the SMTConnect trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany, May 10-12, 2022.
In the SmartTec stand (Hall 4, Stand 210), experts will be available to discuss the latest solutions for conformal coating, fluid dispensing, and selective soldering. Equipment on display will include:
- The ASYMTEK Forte® dispensing platform jetting surface mount adhesive with the IntelliJet® jetting system. The Forte series is the newest fluid dispenser to deliver exceptional productivity and accuracy for electronics manufacturing.
- The popular ASYMTEK Select Coat® conformal coating system for quality and process control in conformal coating operations.
- The ASYMTEK FX-940 ACI/AOI conformal coat inspection system that makes inspection of conformal coatings simple and convenient.
In the Fraunhofer Future Packaging Line, Hall 5, Stand 434, the ASYMTEK Vantage® system will be dispensing underfill fluid as part of the production line running at the trade fair.
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