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- Atotech to Present Leading Fan-out Wafer-level Packaging Technology at SEMICON Taiwan 2017
- Boy's and Men's Dream Come True: An Essemtec Pick and Place Machine Breathes Life into Model Railways!
- John Pardini Appointed Global Account Manager for IMS Materials at Ventec International
- Ventec in Detroit
- Thoughts as Hurricane Irma Approaches Florida
01/16/2017 | Dan Feinberg, Technology Editor, I-Connect007
Those of you that have read my previous columns covering CES 2017 know that at recent CES shows I have seen many drones, autonomous cars, IoT devices, robots, and many other items ranging from robots who stand in for your doctor to smart trash cans who tell you via Alexa, Google, or soon, Cortana on your own computer, that since you have thrown away two empty milk cartons in the last few days it may be time to order more milk; just say yes and consider it ordered.
05/19/2016 | Barry Matties, I-Connect007
I recently sat down with Mike O’Reilly of Optomec to discuss 3D printing onto existing substrates and small polymer-based additive manufacturing pieces and how that impacts PCB manufacturing. Mike also discuss the benefits of printing with conductive epoxies versus the traditional solder process, and where Optomec fits in to the burgeoning 3D market, going forward.
12/07/2015 | Pete Starkey, Barry Matties - I-Connect007
In this interview conducted at productronica recently, I-Connect007 Tech Editor Pete Starkey and Publisher Barry Matties speak with Arnoud de Geus, Executive Board member at technology company Sioux, about the success of MuTracx’ (owned by Sioux) first installation of the Lunaris machine in the Whelen factory in New Hampshire, and what this has meant towards proving it can operate in a full-time production process. Arnoud forecasts what’s next for MuTracx and what they must do in order to capitalize on the positive exposure.