Mycronic launches the new MY700 high-speed jet dispenser, for jet printing of solder paste and dispensing of assembly fluids, at Nepcon China in Shanghai, April 25-27, 2017.
The MY700 high-speed jet dispenser is the first release in Mycronic’s next-generation MYPro series product lineup. A new dual-lane, dual-head design with high-speed, state-of-the-art jetting heads makes it the industry’s fastest way to jet both solder paste and a broad range of adhesive and assembly fluids.
The dual-head design covers the widest possible range of solder paste dot volumes for small and very large components, or can be configured to jet two different types of media. The dual-lane capability ensures a non-stop flow of multiple boards with no operator intervention.
With just one fully software-driven machine, the MY700 makes it possible to combine an array of challenging process steps with no need for screen printers or general dispensers, all within a compact footprint.
The MY700 will be available in three different models; MY700JX, MY700JP and MY700JD to offer an extensive program for customers and a wide range of applications.
Mycronic is pleased to welcome you to our annual Photomask Seminar which will be held at InterContinental Yokohama Grand, just nearby the venue of Photomask Japan 2017, starting right after the FPD Photomasks Session of Photomask Japan on Apr. 5th.
This year, Mycronic would like to present Prexision-800, defining a new resolution standard for large area photomasks. We will also bring you information about Mycronic's latest technology achievements.
Our invited guest speakers, Mr. Charles Annis from IHS Markit, Mr. Tomokazu Tanaka from FSCE Inc., and Ms. Miwako Ando from CANON INC. will also present the latest market trend and technology related to FPD industry.
Date & Time: Wednesday, 5 April 2017, 15:20～17:55
Venue: InterContinental Yokohama Grand
Registration Fee: Free (Please sign up in advance)
Language: English/Japanese, simultaneous interpretation provided
*For further details and registration, please contact us:
Japan: Emiko Yanase (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Korea: Dennis Kim (E-mail: email@example.com)
China: Jason Dong (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Taiwan: Frank Tsai (E-mail: email@example.com)
On 15-20 February the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) arranges Royal Technology Mission (RTM) 2016, which is an international delegation trip with focus on technology, science and business. The delegation is headed by IVA's Chairman Leif Johansson and H. M. the King Carl XVI Gustaf participates as patron.
This year the IVA RTM goes to Japan, and gathers 29 representatives from industry and government in a renowned delegation.
The theme for RTM 2016 is modern Japan and the transition necessary for the country to take advantage of Japan's positive situation and to meet new challenges.
Among the participants on the trip to Japan are in addition to H. M. the King, H.E. Ambassador Magnus Robach, IVA's Chairman Leif Johansson and IVA's President Björn O. Nilsson, a prominent group from Swedish industry, such as the businessman Carl Bennet, Mycronic's CEO Lena Olving, Sodexo's CEO Azita Shariati, Industrivärden's CEO Helena Stjernholm, nano Professor Maria Strømme, Uppsala University's Vice-Chancellor Eva Åkesson, Atlas Copco's chairman of the board Anders Narvinger, biotechnology Professor Mathias Uhlén and many more.