RTW CPCA Show: AWP Discusses Whelen Engineering Project Success


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At the recent CPCA Show 2018 in Shanghai, Jochen Zeller, vice president of AWP Group, speaks about the challenges impacting the wet processing part of the PCB manufacturing industry, such as the continuing miniaturization trend leading to finer widths and line spacings, as well as traceability.

He discusses the need for integrated, automated lines in a factory, and how this will benefit PCB manufacturers. He also speaks about their part of the Whelen engineering project, the technology they provided, the challenges they encountered, and how they were able to help address those issues.

Watch the interview here.

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