FCT Assembly today announced that Tony Lentz will be presenting “Can Nano Coatings Really Improve Stencil Performance?” during technical session SMT2 “Performance of Stencil Applied Coatings” at SMTA International in Fort Worth, TX. Technical session SMT2 is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, October 15 from 4-5:30 p.m. in room 202C of the Fort Worth Convention Center.
As component assembly density continues trending to finer dimensions, successful stencil printing demands stricter tolerances on equipment setup, solder paste material, and stencils. One recent innovation generating much industry buzz is the specially engineered stencil applied coatings that claim to achieve printing capability improvement. With the stencil marketplace now offering a variety of unique chemical coatings on laser cut solder paste printing stencils, this session offers comprehensive review of this technology and performance results.
For more information about FCT Assembly’s technologies, quick-turn capabilities and value-added engineering support, visit www.fctassembly.com.
FCT Assembly consists of three divisions: FCT Solder, Fine Line Stencil and A-Laser. With numerous facilities in the United States, FCT is one of the electronics industry’s leading manufacturers of lead-free and leaded solder products, superior quality stencils and precision cut parts.
The company sets itself apart from its competitors by continuously studying new products and processes in order to uphold its reputation as a leader in technology. FCT’s customers can always count on the company to use the latest technology and to supply products with the highest quality.
For more information, visit www.fctassembly.com.