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PVA, a global supplier of automated dispensing and coating equipment, is pleased to introduce its new Valve Kiosk Stand for trade shows. The innovative stand boasts 18 valves from PVA’s extensive valve product line that satisfy an array of applications including dispensing, gasketing, conformal coating, thermal interface material, underfill, jetting and potting.
When it comes to electronics manufacturing technology, a one-size-fits-all mentality just doesn’t fit. That is why PVA combines it application expertise with innovative dispensing robotics and precision valve technology to deliver each client a custom-built solution that revolves around their needs.
The new Valve Kiosk Stand features three 15.6” touch screen interfaces with an interactive user interface. It includes removable valves for closer inspection and in-depth breakdowns of each valve: Overview, X-ray, Operation, Applications & Dispense Patterns. Customers can navigate by Industry, Application, Valve type or “Request Help,” if you are new.
Dispensing can extend across numerous industries and applications that require dosing in an accurate and controlled manner. PVA’s award-winning valves and pumps are available to dispense a broad spectrum of chemistries to meet the requirements of the most demanding applications.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Dr. Tom Rucker is vice president in technology development at Intel and was a keynote speaker at the IPC Advanced Packaging Symposium, which helped set the table for the rest of the agenda. Tom understands this “radical and seismic” shift in terms of technology and breaks down what it means for the semiconductor and PCB fab industries. There’s absolutely a place at the table for PCB fabricators, but what are the first steps?
Michelle Te, I-Connect007
Students, young professionals, and industry newcomers will have a unique way to network with subject matter experts at SMTA International 2022 in a fun and non-threatening way. “Passport to the World of SMT” is designed to assist “Explorers” in making connections with exhibitors during part of the annual trade show in Minneapolis.
Sal Sparacino, SMTA
SMTA International is just around the corner, and we are excited to be meeting fully in person and onsite. The conference and expo runs from Monday, Oct. 31 through Thursday, Nov. 3, returning to the Minneapolis Convention Center. Once again, we will co-locate with Medical Design & Manufacturing Minneapolis 2022 (MD&M). As the world continues to adjust to the new normal following nearly years of the pandemic, an in-person industry conference and exhibition is more valuable than ever.