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40 SMT Magazine • January 2016 AIM Solder Talks Innovations to Address Assembly, Reliability Issues David Suraski, executive vice president at AIM Sol- der's assembly materials division, sat down with us at productronica 2015 to discuss the latest industry trends and customer challenges facing the solder industry, and innovations that are helping custom- ers address their issues. Alpha and The National Graphene Institute Sign Collaborative Partnership Agreement to Develop Graphene-Based Electronics Materials Alpha has announced a collaborative partnership with the National Graphene Institute at The Uni- versity of Manchester to develop next generation graphene-based electronic materials for the elec- tronics assembly and packaging, as well as for the energy and power market segments. Electrolube Discusses Conformal Coating Innovations At productronica 2015, SMT007 editor, Stephen Las Marias, interviewed Phil Kinner, technical di- rector of Electrolube's Coatings Division, about the latest conformal coating challenges being faced by their customers, and how they are addressing these issues. He also talked about the trends driv- ing product innovation strategies at Electrolube, and some of the new solutions they are offering the market. Saki America Wants to Dominate the Inspection Marketplace At SMTAI, I-Connect007's Andy Shaughnessy spoke with Quintin Armstrong, general manager for North American sales and service with Saki America. Quintin discussed Saki's 3D and X-ray in- spection equipment and the company's expansion around the globe, as well as the inspection chal- lenges his customers face every day. Rogers Signs Licensing Agreement with SBE for Capacitor Busbar Assemblies Rogers Corporation, a global leader in engineered materials solutions, announced today that it has signed an agreement to license technology that will enhance the Company's capabilities in power distribution systems for electric and hybrid electric vehicles, renewable energy and industrial applica- tions where efficiency, size and weight are critical factors. ALPHA MAXREL Alloy Improves Reliability in LED Chip-On-Board Assemblies Alpha has developed advanced alloys for improved thermal stability and reliability for high-tempera- ture operation and higher thermal fatigue and vi- bration resistance, the first of which is known as the ALPHA MAXREL alloy. Camtek's Gryphon SL Wins The Annual Global Technology Award at productronica 2015 Camtek Ltd's Gryphon SL one-stop-shop solder mask and legend deposition system has won in the environmentally-friendly product category of the 11th Annual Global Technology Awards at productronica 2015. Indium EZ-Pour Gallium Trichloride Simplifies Room Temperature Processes Indium Corp.'s EZ-Pour Gallium Trichloride (GaCl3) simplifies the use of gallium trichloride by allowing the user to easily transfer the product from one container to another at room temperature. Quant 3D Introduces New, Faster Q300 3D Printer Quant 3D, a division of OK International, is pleased to introduce the new Q300 3D Printer, which of- fers improved printing speeds – 30% faster than the Q200. SolderStar Pushes Intelligent Manufacturing with SMARTLine With the latest evolution in Industry 4.0 stan- dards and the requirement to implement intelli- gent manufacturing, SolderStar, a world leading specialist manufacturer in the design and devel- opment of thermal profiling equipment for the electronics industry, has introduced SMARTLine, an innovative data capture system. 40 SMT Magazine • January 2016 Supply Line Highlights

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