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Chemcut Corporation, world leader in wet processing equipment for the manufacture of printed circuit boards and chemical etching of various metals, is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at the 2023 IPC APEX EXPO show. Equipment on display will include a twenty inch alkaline etching system. The twenty inch machine displays many of Chemcut’s features that are common to both larger and smaller systems.
Chemcut’s user configurable robots will also be on display. The Chemcut robots are small, user programmable robots that can be used for many material handling applications. The Chemcut robots will be operating as a loader and unloader during the show. Chemcut can be found at IPC booth 542.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
It’s Feb. 3, 2023—2/3/23—and now we know the results of yesterday’s Groundhog weather forecast straight from Gobbler’s Knob in Pennsylvania. Punxsutawney Phil says six more weeks of winter. If you’re watching the ongoing ice storms blanketing much of the United States at present, that seems like a safe bet. Also a safe bet is that the most-read news this week is IPC APEX EXPO related. Additionally, this week IPC published its EMS and PCB numbers for December. All told, lots of industry news to read this week.
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