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AIM Solder, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of solder assembly materials for the electronics industry, is pleased to announce the signing of Cabiotec srl as a new distributor for its full range of products in Italy.
Cabiotec srl has been distributing machines, complete lines and consumables for the electronic assembly sector since 1994. The company prides itself on the high level of professionalism and quality products made available to its customers, aiming above all to meet the needs for flexibility, productivity, speed and precision imposed by the current evolution of the market. A light and dynamic company, Cabiotec has its headquarters in Milan, with a large demonstration area and a spare parts warehouse that allow any request to be dealt with quickly and precisely.
Offering local sourcing, demonstration and training rooms, and world-class technical and sales support, the company is uniquely positioned to support customers in this important region.
07/13/2022 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Divyash Patel of MX2 Technology is a leading cybersecurity expert who is sounding the alarm bells to put your business in a state of readiness. But he doesn’t shout fire in a theater. Whether it’s aligning with the DoD’s CMMC or simply ensuring your company’s data and processes are protected, Divyash can see what’s coming. “It’s a must-have compliance program,” he says. “This needs to be taken seriously and nurtured.”
06/15/2022 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Nolan Johnson interviews Shaun Dykes, a mining industry expert for 50 years. Dykes gives a concise primer on mining development, and the amount of time and effort it takes to develop and supply the mineral resources we depend on for printed circuit board manufacturing. Many factors affect when and where a mine is developed and what can prevent a mine from producing minerals.
06/07/2022 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Solder defects in surface mount technology (SMT) assembly have been a problem for decades. Additionally, the combined challenges of lead-free soldering and increasing miniaturization have resulted in new or exacerbated defects in electronic assembly, but there are proven ways to avoid defects. This book will be especially useful for PCB assemblers to improve their assembly processes and final product reliability, eliminate field failures, and reduce costs.