Last week from May 6th to 8th the SMT & Hybrid exhibition for SMT machines and technologies was held in Nuremberg, Germany.
All the big names were there: JUKI, Panasonic, Samsung, Fuji, DEK, Hitachi, Siplace.
Juki became monster source for SMT machines after they bough SONY SMT business. The benefits of this purchase is the newly released RX-7 machine which they were exhibiting which is based on the proven SONY revolver head technology with 12 nozzles and combined with JUKI software and platform.
Something very interesting is the new SMART auto splice feeders. These are offered now by SAMSUNG, HITACHI, FUJI and I guess many other will follow.
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