Stencil nanocoatings are advancing the solder paste printing process. They enable a number of notable improvements, including higher yields, lower variation, and reduced consumables costs, and are gaining popularity with PCB assemblers around the world.
Participants in this 60-minute tutorial will:
Understand nanocoatings, how they work, and their cost/payback
See the performance difference between treated and untreated stencils
Review real-world data on stencil printing improvements
Get up to date on the current research
Receive a free sample of the award winning NanoClear® nanocoating
Who will benefit:
Production engineers and technicians
Quality and Supplier Quality professionals
Advanced Manufacturing Technology and New Product Introduction personnel
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About the presenters:
Edward Hughes is the CEO of Aculon, the worldwide leader in SMT stencil nanocoatings. Aculon specializes in inventing and commercializing unique molecular-scale surface and interfacial coatings, leveraging this experience to develop NanoClear, the top performing and most cost effective stencil nanocoating available on the market today.
Chrys Shea is the president of Shea Engineering Services, a consulting firm that performs independent research on SMT soldering technology and helps introduce novel new solutions to the PCB assembly industry.