West-Tech Materials Enters Sales Partnership with Trans-Tec America and Yamaha

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West-Tech Materials, a commercial partner to leading manufacturers specializing in the design, engineering, and manufacturing of medical products and electronic assemblies has entered into a sales agreement with Trans-Tec, a premier distributor of Yamaha SMT equipment. West-Tech was approached by Yamaha and Trans-Tec after being impressed by their synergistic line of products that allows them to provide a complete solution to their customers in the medical device and electronic assembly industries.

West-Tech Materials engineers assist clients with material selection, sampling, and evaluation of all types of soldering materials, supplies and equipment, thermal interface materials, adhesives, cleaning chemistries, conformal coatings, ESD Solutions, and many other needs. With access to a large array of specialized materials and manufacturers, the West-Tech team can offer specific solutions to address a variety of client needs. 

“West Tech Materials can now supply turn-key solutions from consumables to solder paste, Yamaha screen printing, SMT placement, automated optical inspection, and conformal coating and dispensing.  With demonstration and training sites in Fremont CA, and Chandler AZ, Trans-Tec America and West Tech Materials are uniquely positioned to train and support customers in this territory.” John Stempfle, Trans-Tec America.

“We serve markets that expect extremely high product reliability, and flexibility to adapt quickly to requirement changes. With many of our customers serving the medical and defense industries, having a reliable commercial partner who specializes in SMT equipment is foundational to what we do. Our customers trust us to respond quickly to their needs and our relationship with Yamaha and Trans-Tec helps us maintain that reputation.” Explains Rick Campo, CEO.

From soldering equipment to ESD Solutions and specialized materials, West-Tech’s team of engineers is comprised of industry specialists, allowing them to guide customers in their design, development, engineering, and manufacturing processes.

Yamaha has recently introduced important new inline machines and major software updates with
state-of-the-art graphics and data analytics. The latest generation of assembly equipment includes the YSP screen printer with fully automated stencil changeover, the YRM20 high-speed mounter with single high-speed rotary head and advanced motion control, and the YRi-V 3D AOI with enhanced optics and auto program generation. Connected together in the unique 1 STOP SMART SOLUTION that shares real-time process and diagnostic data for maximum productivity, and with YSUP factory software tools, Yamaha’s portfolio is continuously adding new features ready for customers to achieve their next manufacturing targets.


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