DDM Novastar Schedules Fall Technical Workshop

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DDM Novastar will be holding a technical workshop from September 14–15, 2016 at the company’s facility in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

The technical workshop will be on the fundamentals of paste, place and reflow, with hands-on training on each phase of the process. Attendees will also be able to see all DDM’s products first-hand in one convenient location, ask technical questions, meet the team that supports the company’s equipment, and take a guided tour of DDM’s U.S.A. manufacturing and assembly facility.

Who should attend?

  • Partners and Reps to sharpen their sales & technical support skills
  • New customers, for equipment training (even for seasoned customers - it’s a great chance to share new Tips and Tactics)
  • Potential customers who are thinking of buying equipment and want to tackle the hands-on experience before making the purchase
  • Anyone who is just plain curious about our unique manufacturing setup that allows for the customization capability for their particular application

The workshop will also feature hands-on demonstrations of screen printers; pick & place machines—including DDM’s L-SF40; reflow ovens; and feeders, controls, and ancillary components

For more information or to register, click here.



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