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Panacol develops first UV moisture-curing medical adhesive

Industrial adhesives provider Panacol has developed a new adhesive system certified for use in the medical industry known as Vitralit UD 8050 MV F. The company says that in addition to its primary curing – UV crosslinking, the new adhesive also offers secondary moisture post-curing...

Increased test efficiency for automotive radar test chamber

Rohde & Schwarz expands antenna test system features

Global provider of test and measurement software, instruments and systems Rohde & Schwarz has augmented its R&S ATS1500C antenna test system with a new...

BGA rework systems

PDR debuts new integrated reball system

Manufacturer of BGA rework systems, test and X-ray inspection systems, PDR Rework Systems, has released a new integrated reballing system for all PDR Evolution...

Selective soldering systems

Sasinno debuts fully automatic screen printer

Provider of selective soldering and turkey THT line solutions Sasinno has announced the introduction of its new H Series fully automatic screen printer. By...

No flow / low flow prepreg for high reliability applications

Ventec expands flex-rigid material range

Producer of epoxy laminates and prepregs and provider of thermal management and IMS solutions Ventec International Group has added a next-generation no &...

Testing memory devices

SSD test systems with PCIe Gen 5 capability

Semiconductor test equipment supplier Advantest Corporation has announced that its MPT3000 solid state drive (SSD) test systems are the industry’s first with...

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