Gen3 and Finetech GmbH & Co.KG to Exhibit at the iPower4 Conference


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Gen3, Global leader in SIR, CAF, Solderability, Ionic Contamination & process optimisation equipment, will exhibit at the iPower4 Conference, scheduled to take place Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022 at Jubilee Conference Centre at the University of Nottingham.

Powering the Future will present some of the most significant challenges to be faced by a wide range of electrical and electronic based industries in the next decade. Getting reliable and fully functional products to market will require electronic and electrical packaging solutions that can operate at higher currents and voltages, faster frequencies and increased temperatures. This conference will hear from OEMs, material and equipment suppliers and academia about the current and future solutions to meet these demanding requirements. The Conference concludes with a tour of the adjacent Power Electronics and Machines Centre (PEMC) at the University of Nottingham, featuring state of the art laboratories for power electronics, high voltage and machine drives and converters. 

Gen3 will be representing their Principle’s line of equipment, Finetech, and supporting Thomas Muller, Head of Sales for Finetech, who will present a paper on: “Laser Activated Reactive Multilayer Systems and Packaging Trends for Bonding Power System” in the afternoon of Thursday. 

In the high-reliability arena, there is too much at stake to allow room for error. A specialist British manufacturer, Gen3’s test and measurement equipment is used to shield circuits from failure in the field.

Since 1972, the company has been providing training and comprehensive in-house services for solderability, SIR, CAF and cleanliness testing.  In addition, Gen3 designs and manufactures dip and spray coating process equipment in both in-line and bench-top formats.

For more information about Gen3 Systems, visit www.gen3systems.com.

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