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MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions, a global supplier of integrated solutions from our Circuitry, Assembly and Semiconductor divisions, will have its range of assembly solutions for photovoltaic applications showcased by KMC Grup, its distributor for Turkey, at the upcoming Energy is Future Expo. The expo will run from 12–14 October and will be held at the Istanbul IFM Expo Center.
MacDermid Alpha’s solutions for photovoltaic applications include high reliability solder pastes, high activity, low residue fluxes, low spatter, high activity cored wires and high solder volume precision preforms for Tabbing and Stringing, Shingling/Advanced Interconnection, and Multibusbar assembly.
KMC Grup is a leading supplier of electronic production lines, assembly materials and electronic components of all capacities. Established in 2009, KMC aim to provide the highest levels of customer service, high quality products, technical support and fast logistics services.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Jeffrey Pulaski describes the recent partnership between SMT Tooling and PSA, which brings SMT Tooling’s innovation and PSA’s manufacturing capabilities together. Pulaski also shares news on product development, and what visitors to SMTA International can expect to see in SMT Tooling’s floor presence.
Andy Shaughnessy, I-Connect007
In this interview, KYZEN Executive Vice President Tom Forsythe explains his company’s plans for the upcoming SMTA International show in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Oct. 31-Nov. 3. He discusses KYZEN’s latest aqueous cleaning chemistries and the company’s focus on providing reliable cleaning equipment and accurate data for customers. "This is the latest in that expanded envelope, with better economics, and better environmental health and safety," he says. "It's all part of this trend of always trying to be a better product and deliver better value.
One of the highlights of SMTA International is the Technical Conference, where more than 100 papers will be presented across at least 30 sessions. “Work that was delayed due to the effects of COVID has been completed and the amount of material coming from the industry is impressive,” says Julie Silk, VP of technical programs. “We have a packed conference this year in Minneapolis.”