Parallel to the development towards ever smaller PCBs, there is also a trend towards very large, highly integrated assemblies, which are used, for example, in control centers – the VERSAFLOW 4/66 offers an industrial solution for such high-performance production.
The core business of Siemens Austria concentrates on electrification, automation and digitization. The power supply site in Vienna relies on a VERSAFLOW 4/55 with VERSAFLEX selective soldering module for its electronics production.
The main growth driver in the electronics industry is increasing networking – both industrially and privately. In order to counter the cost pressure in the production of electronic assemblies, device manufacturers and EMS service providers rely on zero-defect strategies.
On January 23 and 24, 2017, the first country-specific technology seminar was held in cooperation with Interflux Denmark – with 50 participants and customers who wanted to learn everything about selective soldering technology.
As an EMS service provider, Zollner Elektronik supplies “Solutions for your ideas” to global players and SMEs worldwide – system supplier Ersa has been supporting this for over 30 years with soldering systems, to date almost 60 systems have been installed.
As system house from Saxony, SYS TEC electronic GmbH develops and implements integrated hardware and software solutions for embedded systems and distributed automation. After soldering and rework stations, the VERSAFLOW 4/55 is used in electronics production.
Since being founded in 1973 in the western portion of France, TRONICO is the specialist for design and integration of complex electronic systems. Posing high demands: That solutions function not only during a certain period of time, but over the complete product life cycle.
As a system partner of the ESSMANN Group, STG-Beikirch, the specialist for both facades- and building automation as well as industrial electronics, is considered to be amongst the leading manufacturers of smoke- and heat extraction solutions for roofs and facades.
Even with seven percent growth, China remains the biggest and most important German trading partner. Despite the cautious economic activity, there are many flourishing business branches with outstanding future perspectives, like the field of electronic production equipment.