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A record finish to a record year in Q4, 2023 - CEO commenting on report
After a record finish to a record year in Q4, 2023, we are happy to share our Year-end Report January-December 2023. In a short video we took the time to summarize some of Anders Lindqvists comments and reflections around the Q4 results.
Mycronic has been listed as a Karriärföretag 2024 with unique career opportunities
We are happy and proud to be recognized as one of Sweden's Karriärföretag for 2024 (Career Company 2024), offering unique career opportunities to students and young professionals. The Karriärföretagen award is annually awarded to employers in Sweden with a successful employer brand that meet high demands on, among other things, skills development, innovation, diversity, and sustainability. A professional panel including experts in talent and career matters conducts the award selection procedure in an impartial manner.
Mycronic is breaking ground for a new facility in Germany
In need of a bigger and better optimized facility, the headquarters for Mycronic PCB Test business line in Wertheim will relocate from Reicholzheim to Reinhardshof by the end of 2024. On November 14, 2023, the groundbreaking ceremony took place on the building site in Reinhardshof.
Printing without limits
Business is growing for high-mix manufacturers. Mycronic’s new MYPro S series stencil printers answer this demand by adding new levels of throughput to the flexibility and quality of jet printing and 3D SPI.
Total control, fewer false calls, no hidden defects
Everyone’s talking about Artificial Intelligence (AI) these days. While it’s not a novel concept in electronic assembly, the current buzz centers on the potential to eliminate false calls, avoid defects and boost productivity. Amid the chatter, one company is doing more than just talking: Zeal Electronics Ltd is a UK subcontractor embracing AI-powered optical inspection, as well as software analytics to increase accuracy and speed up deliveries.
Jetting to success on Norway’s Electronic Coast
Covering 95% of the solder paste printing needs of four pick-and-place machines, with 20 changeovers a week – including BGAs and LGAs with a 0.3 mm pitch – might sound like a mission impossible. Yet, for Mectro AS it’s all in a day’s work, executed swiftly and efficiently using a single next-generation MY700JX Jet Printer.
atg Luther & Maelzer to exhibit at the upcoming TPCA show in Taipei, Taiwan
atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH will use the upcoming TPCA show in Taipei, Taiwan to showcase their latest atg A7Plus technology. The tester will be on display at the atgLM Asia Booth # L-623 on October 25 – October 27, 2023 at the Nangang Exhibition Center in Taipei.
Founded in 2018 as a fast-paced prototyping unit and R&D accelerator, the SMT department of one Chinese e-bike technology services company has placed the latest MYPro assembly solutions at the heart of its product diversification strategy.
MRSI introduces 705HF High Force Die Bonder for power devices and advanced chip packaging
MRSI Systems (a part of Mycronic Group), a leading manufacturer of fully automated, high-precision, high-speed, flexible die bonding and epoxy dispensing systems, has launched the MRSI-705HF high force die bonder, a new variant of the proven MRSI-705 platform.
MRSI Mycronic to showcase and present innovative die bonder solutions at CIOE 2023
MRSI, a part of Mycronic Group, will exhibit our family of die bonders and present at the 24th China International Optoelectronic Exposition (CIOE) from September 6-8th, 2023 at the Shenzhen World Exhibition and Convention Center. MRSI Mycronic will demonstrate how our products and services can meet the needs of various markets, such as datacom, LIDAR, medical, and high performance laser diodes, and chiplets.
We are proud to be a member of Diversity Charter Sweden!
We do many things to make Mycronic more diverse and inclusive. For example, we support women in tech and help them connect with each other from all over the world. We also encourage young people to become engineers in the future. That’s why we are very proud to join Diversity Charter Sweden.
MRSI Systems wins Silver Honoree for Laser Focus World Innovators Award 2023
MRSI Systems, a part of Mycronic Group, a leading manufacturer of fully automated, high-precision, high-speed die bonding, and epoxy dispensing systems, has been awarded the Silver Honoree for the Laser Focus World Innovators Award 2023 in the Manufacturing Equipment for Photonic Components category.
Beyond tech: Mycronic’s vision for sustainable innovation
You might think that sustainable innovation is all about technical advancements, but this concept can be much broader.
Strengthening ties from Shanghai to Täby
Over the past decade, Jason Dong has played a key role in developing Mycronic’s pattern generator business in China. Having worked within Swedish companies in China for more than twenty years, he decided to relocate with his family to Stockholm in the fall of 2022 for a two-year position at Mycronic headquarters. “As someone who meets with customers every day, our dialogue and communication with headquarters is really the foundation for everything,” says Jason. “I can already tell that the next couple of years will be a huge benefit for me, our customers and our future product development.”
More growth, less pain
Founded 13 years ago in Silicon Valley as an engineering consulting firm, NVZN Labs has quickly evolved into a full-stack design and manufacturing company, specializing in industrial machines and cutting-edge technologies. As their client base and production volumes have expanded, Mycronic equipment has played a central role in the quality, flexibility and production scalability that the company is able to provide.
MRSI to exhibit with live demonstrations and present at LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA
We are pleased to announce that MRSI, Mycronic Group will be exhibiting at LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA and will present at the LaserFocusCon laser technology and application seminar.
Welcome to our new website
We are currently upgrading our website and have made some changes to the structure. On mycronic.com you will find investor information, career opportunities and a gathering of news and current events throughout the company.
Adding new ideas to the mix
In 1996, as a newly graduated mechanical engineer from Sweden’s Royal Institute of Technology, Per Carlqvist joined Mycronic with a clear-eyed ambition. First, gain hands-on experience with the most interesting technology available. Second, use it to make a real difference in people’s daily work. And third, pursue these interests to experience new ways of working, living and creating together with people from around the world. “At Mycronic,” he says, “I’ve been fortunate to be able to do all three. So, you could say I’ve found several of my dream jobs all in one place.”
atg Luther & Maelzer exhibit at IPC Apex 2023
This years IPC Apex show was held for the last time in sunny San Diego. The overall attendance over three days was approximately 30% higher than the last couple of years which will hopefully be a sign of additional activity in the market.
Presentation year-end report 2022
Presentation of Mycronic's year-end report January-December 2022
Meet the MYTower family
Mycronic’s previous SMD Tower set the benchmark for intelligent component storage. After expanding the line with more high-capacity models, the market’s most efficient near-production storage system is today even more versatile. It’s a system in the forefront, and it’s called MYTower.
From ping-pong to perfection
It’s sometimes called the ping-pong effect: the back-and-forth task of adjusting 3D inspection models to eliminate false calls without increasing the risk of escapes. Thanks to a new automated programming assistant, all this work can now be put to better use. Every time you certify a real defect or false call, it remembers, constantly updating your inspection library based on real production data. The result is an inspection process that automatically moves closer to perfection every time it’s in use, saving programmers time, effort – and their most valuable resource of all – concentration.
The next big thing is happening today
Naturally there are many trends impacting the future of the electronics industry. These include personalization, digitalization, miniaturization, Industry 4.0, the Internet of Things and Big Data. But what are the key trends impacting manufacturers like Mycronic – and maybe even your business?
Faster. Sharper. Smarter.
With rapid electrification comes massive change. From electric vehicles to industrial robotics to power control systems, the world is witnessing the roll-out of advanced electronics by the billions. Each more complex and more specialized than the last. And each requiring the highest levels of quality and reliability. How will manufacturers of electronics seize this growing opportunity? The latest vision technology from Mycronic points toward a faster, sharper, and smarter path forward.
Sustainability moves on up the priority list
For years, the electronics industry has gotten something of a “green pass” on the topic of sustainability. Digital transformation, new electronic devices and services were praised as the path to efficient, eco-friendly work patterns, particularly during the pandemic. This is now changing, Mycronic experts say.
Thinking outside the line
Mr. Liu Haifeng has never been one to stick with the status quo. As General Manager of Wuxi Good Electronics Co., Ltd., he is always on the hunt for the latest production technologies, new manufacturing concepts and better ways to serve his customers. The company’s current production setup shows just how far the right technologies – and an innovative mind – can push flexible assembly into new frontiers.
Growth of edge computing gives birth to regional data centers
When cloud-based services arrived, they were supposed to free us from the tyranny of rigid and inflexible premises-based IT solutions. And to a large extent they did, adding flexibility and driving down costs. But recently, due to the high volume of data and challenges with latency, security and privacy, many companies are realizing they need regional data centers, too.