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KYZEN, the global leader in innovative environmentally friendly cleaning chemistries, will exhibit at the 2023 IPC APEX EXPO, scheduled to take place Jan. 24-26, 2023 at the San Diego Convention Center in California.
Visit KYZEN in Booth #1545 for answers regarding electronics cleaning challenges. Cleaning experts will be in the booth to provide a total cleaning solution.
KYZEN will be highlighting their award-winning combination of chemistry and process control. For more than 30 years, KYZEN's focus has been to look at the complete process and work with them to improve that process. Their aim is to ultimately increase yields, advance reliability and help to realize cost savings along the way. KYZEN’s newest aqueous cleaning chemistry, AQUANOX A4626 paired with the KYZEN PCS accomplishes that goal.
A4626 is easy-to-use and control, environmentally friendly, and has a long tank life that makes it safe for multi-pass applications. The KYZEN PCS has been an essential part of KYZEN’s success since its introduction over 20 years ago. With over 200 units installed around the world, and several original units still in service.
Using AQUANOX A4626 with the KYZEN Process Control System (PCS) to monitor and automatically react to the dynamic changes in the wash bath concentration completes the process. AQUANOX A4626 paired with the PCS is the perfect combination – Chemistry and Control are hard at work.
Andy Shaughnessy, I-Connect007
In this Q&A, Rob Rowland, director of engineering at Axiom Electronics, discusses his new IPC APEX EXPO Professional Development course, “Reflow Profiling Simplified,” on how to create a standardized methodology to accurately generate new reflow soldering profiles. Rob explains, “In this class, I’ll explain how I approached this work to help others develop similar methodologies for creating their own reflow soldering profiles. My presentation also includes the basic reflow profile recipes I have been using for the past 20 years.”
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Pete Starkey talks with Kevin Domancich at Essemtec at electronica 2022 about the company integration within Nano Dimension and how the two companies have pioneered an exciting new end-to-end manufacturing solution that helps customers speed up production, cut costs, and keep their proprietary materials secure. In a world where time to market has become a priority consideration, this universal system has the potential to revolutionize the industry.
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Managing the supply chain for electronics manufacturing has always been challenging. About 70-80% of the cost of building an electronic product is for the parts, while the remaining cost is in the process to assemble and test the product. However, during the worldwide pandemic, the strain on the overall supply chain for any product has been stretched to the breaking point. When supply of toilet paper, hand towels, and sanitizer is disrupted and cannot be found on the grocery store shelves, one could imagine the challenges in a similarly disrupted supply chain of efficiently acquiring complex electronic components.