RTW NEPCON CHINA: Mycronic Meets High-volume Demand with Solder Jet Printing


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Mycronic VP for Global Dispensing and Managing Director Clemens Jargon and Editor Stephen Las Marias discuss how the flexibility of solder jet printing helps reduce downtime in the line, thus increasing total line speed and enabling it to keep up with high-volume demand.

Jargon also focuses on their recent acquisition of China-based Shenzhen Axxon Automation Co. Ltd.; the difference between the quality of yields in stencil printing and jet printing technologies; and their Industry 4.0 strategy.

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