New M2M standard opens the door to Industry 4.0
There’s a new messenger in town and it’s called Hermes. Named after the Greek messenger of the gods, it brings good tidings to the SMT industry. The good news is that around 60 leading equipment suppliers have unified around a modern protocol to replace the dated SMEMA standard. And Mycronic will now chair this initiative.
Agilis Smart Bin
MISSING COMPONENTS. Sticky notes falling off. Hunting for information. The list of reasons for unplanned downtime could go on. But in most cases, line utilization is heavily dependent on efficient material and information handling.
Stretching the limits of wearable electronics
Deep in the snow-capped mountains of Sweden, the national cross-country ski team will soon not only be pushing their limits in the tracks, but testing stretchable electronic sensors to monitor heart rate, stress, glucose levels and more.
How to achieve zero stencil defects
Through Mycronic’s fully integrated 3D solder paste inspection and jet printing solution, you can automatically eliminate your stencil defects.
A game changer in high-speed jet printing
Multiple fluids. Multiple ejectors. Dual heads. Higher speeds. Put together, all of these enhancements mark the beginning of a new era for jet printing.
Stretchable electronics for quantified body functions
In the visionary project European Horizon 2020 research project SINTEC we get the possibility to share our passion for technology. Together with seven partners, we will develop a technology for stretchable electronic patches.
Beating the best with Artiﬁcial Intelligence
The ability of manufacturing systems to predict and adapt to unforeseen situations, often referred to as Artiﬁcial intelligence (AI), promises to revolutionize the electronics assembly market. In a period of just ﬁve to ten years, deep learning researchers at Mycronic predict a highly automated SMT environment approaching zero defects with little to no human intervention.