Essemtec to Exhibit at SMTA International

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Essemtec, a division of Nano Dimension, will be showcasing its latest technology advancements at the upcoming SMTA International 2022, which will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center from November 2–3.

A leading provider of SMT equipment, Essemtec will put into display its unique adaptive SMT and AME (Additively Manufactured Electronics) solutions for electronics manufacturing. In particular, the company will feature its All-in-One solution for paste jetting, dispensing, and pick & place, which is suitable for use in automotive, medical, energy, smart-devices, and many other applications. 

Visitors to its stand (Booth 1137) will experience live demos and learn how to upgrade PCB production flexibility, reduce cost of ownership, and improve throughput.

Also present at the booth to address visitor queries are Essemtec experts including:

  • Bryce Timms, Managing Director Essemtec USA
  • Don Jeka, Business Development Manager
  • Stephen Consoles, Customer Application Engineer
  • Enrique Gomez, Area Sales Manager
  • Quintin Armstrong, Service Manager North America
  • René Covelli, Service Engineer


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