Japan Unix Co., a world leader in the development and distribution of soldering robots, announces that it recently translated the Power & High-Temperature Electronics Manufacturing Experience Webinar, conducted by Bob Willis of National Physical Lab, into Japanese and made it available online for free at http://youtu.be/aww0xXp3x1w.
Japan Unix has cooperated with UK National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and has provided robotic contact and laser soldering samples for research purposes, and proved its quality in robotic and laser soldering with NPL analytic measurement expertise. Topics explained in the report include:
1. Global manufacturers solve the issues of solder splatter
2. How to solder for high heat capacity components
3. Micro analytics and quality comparison between traditional and laser soldering
4. The result of aging test, 200°C for 1,000 hours
The report is available for free on Youtube in English with Japanese subtitles, thanks to National Physical Laboratory and Japan Unix.
For more information about the soldering systems and products, visit https://ww.japanunix.com/en/.
Since its founding in1974, Japan Unix’s soldering technology has continued to evolve as it supported, and was supported by, Japan's tradition of craftsmanship. This technology is now in demand throughout the world. Since its founding, Japan Unix has consistently provided solutions to customers through soldering technology while avoiding imitation and offering services not available anywhere else. Japan Unix has a global network, including offices in China, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan and Mexico.