Facebook Live Panel Discussions from IPC APEX – San Diego, California – February 14th – 15th – 16th

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Facebook Live from APEX  –  Tuesday, February 14th

Trevor Galbraith and David Burford reveal some of the highlights at the show.

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Booth 739

Tuesday, February 14th – 10 A.M. PST

Turning inspection data into actionable instructions

The challenge to harness the power of inspection systems to provide accurate, actionable data to assist process improvement continues. This debate brings together the leading minds in the industry to provide an update on the latest technologies and challenges.

Panel: Brian D’Amico (MIRTEC), Sean Langbridge (CyberOptics), Joel Skutchfield (Koh Young)

Booth 739

Tuesday, February 14th – 11 A.M. PST

Selective soldering – do’s and don’ts

The SMT process has accelerated the use of selective soldering systems alongside, or sometimes replacing wave soldering systems. Miniaturization and the high-mix environment have provided a number of process challenges. This panel will discuss these challenges and the range of new features, capabilities available to optimize production.

Panel:  Andreas Reinhardt (SEHO), Eddie Groves (Pillarhouse), Alan Cable (ACE)

 


Facebook Live from APEX  – Wednesday, February 15th

Trevor Galbraith and David Burford reveal some of the highlights at the show.

https://facebook.com/globalsmt

Booth 739

Wednesday, February 15th – 10 A.M. PST

IPC Connected Factory Initiative – how will it work?

Since the inaugural meeting of the IPC Connected Factory Initiative, the committee has made major strides towards launching an initial standard for machine to machine communication within the factory. This panel will discuss the new standard and plans for its future development and support.

Panel:  Dan Gamota (Jabil), Jason Spera (AEGIS), Oren Manor (Mentor Graphics)

Booth 739

Wednesday, February 15th – 11 A.M. PST

How much intelligence can you pack into a pick ‘n place machine?

Pick and place is at the heart of every production line. Machine uptime is critical to maximizing yield and integration with inspection systems optimize quality. This panel will take a deep look at the key roles pick and place machines performs today and the likely role it will play in smart factories in the future.

Panel: Jeff Timms (ASM), Shawn Robinson (Panasonic), Richard Verjeissen  (Yamaha)


Facebook Live from APEX  – Wednesday, February 16th

Trevor Galbraith and David Burford reveal some of the highlights at the show.

https://facebook.com/globalsmt

Booth 739

Thursday, February 16th – 10 A.M. PST

Making reflow ovens smart

Reflow ovens have become more sophisticated and dynamic in recent years, with capabilities to reduce voiding and optimization to reduce energy consumption and control the temperature flow to produce improved profiles and reliability. This panel will discuss the latest technologies affecting reflow ovens.

Panel: Fred Dimock (BTU),   (Rehm), Maximilian Leppig (SMT Wertheim)

Booth 739

Thursday, February 16th – 11 A.M. PST

Dispensing, potting and encapsulation challenges

Miniaturization and 3D assemblies continue to present manufacturing challenges to package assemblers. Likewise, material characteristics such as viscosity, needle drip, outgassing of air bubbles etc., present process challenges. These production issues will be discussed by our expert panel.

Panel: David Edwards (Henkel), Heakyoung Park (Nordson ASYMTEK),  (HUMISEAL) Nico Coenen (MYCRONIC)

 

 

 

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