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With its SMT Centers of Competence, ASMPT offers an open and global network for all questions related to electronics production. Here you find proven experts and the manufacturing knowledge you need to improve your equipment and processes and build up new skills to master challenges in your own production.
You benefit from a broad range of subjects and processes and a multitude of in-person and online event formats, as well as from established relationships with other technology partners and electronics manufacturers within the global SMT Smart Network.
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SMT Centers of Competence
How can we present complex issues even more effectively online and offer live webinars that are compact and to-the-point? The answers to these questions led us to a new format: webinars packaged as series.
mix&match: You can acquire a broad set of knowledge about process issues by attending a complete series, selecting individual webinars, or recommending them to your colleagues and/or employees. Our SMT experts ensure that you will benefit from lively and direct information with users, guest speakers, interview partners, chats, Q&A sessions, teleconferences and videos – everything that helps to convey knowledge about the particular topic.
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Factory integration harbors the greatest efficiency reserves in electronics production. The perfectly synchronized interaction of all resources – people, equipment, material, and processes – improves the company’s key performance indicators and competitiveness. On the other hand, successful synchronization requires consistent communication, preferably in real time.
This webinar series explains how open interfaces and smart software solutions can accomplish these objectives on the SMT line. You will learn about technologies and solutions, and guest speakers will talk about best practices.
PEOPLE: How to fully integrate human resources into the production environment
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EQUIPMENT: Smart machine-to-machine communication
MATERIAL: Optimized, automated material supply from the warehouse to the line
PROCESS: Factory integration to ensure process control
SMT Factory Solutions Manager
After getting his degree in mechatronics and automation technologies, Haithem Jeridi started his career in 2015 as a systems testing engineer in ASMPT’s development department.
In 2017, he transferred to ASMPT's SMT factory solutions marketing. Haithem Jeridi has successfully supervised many implementation projects and is a respected expert in the challenges and synergies involved in the construction of integrated smart factories.
Many electronics factories place THT components and OSCs in special processes and/or with special machines, which costs time and money and frequently subjects the components to additional mechanical and thermal stresses.
Processing them on standard placement machines would not only be much more attractive in terms of process technology, but also be much more economical. This series of webinars uses practical examples to demonstrate step-by-step how THT components and OSCs can be processed extremely efficiently with DEK printers, ASMPT SPI systems and SIPLACE placement solutions.
OSC and THT processing: SOLDER PASTE PRINTING & INSPECTION
OSC and THT processing: PROGRAMMING & TEACHING
OSC and THT processing: COMPONENT FEEDING
OSC and THT processing: HANDLING & ASSEMBLY
Head of SMT Center of Competence Munich
Christoph Oeckl left an SMT manufacturer to join the ASMPT team in 2001, first as a trainer within the framework of a SIPLACE solution provider project, then as an application engineer for stencil printing, placement and reflow, and starting in 2010 as the head of what at the time was called the Application and Demo Center in Munich and of SIPLACE special designs.
In today’s ASMPT Center of Competence, Christoph Oeckl is also in charge of solder paste inspection, process optimization, and robotics. For electronics manufacturers in Europe, Christoph Oeckl is a valued and well-connected expert who is often consulted and whose practical advice has made many improvements possible.
There is no way around it: If you want to achieve zero DPMO (defects per million opportunities), you must keep your processes stable. Unfortunately, SMT lines involve many different processes, and the trend to smaller lot sizes, high-density applications and expensive components makes for ever tougher requirements. Even the smallest details and interdependencies, including those posed by upstream and downstream processes, can cause instabilities.
In this series of webinars we will use many practical examples to explain how processes can be stabilized and optimized. In this context we will place special attention on the support provided by new, smart solutions as well as on the direct exchange of knowledge and information with ASMPT experts.
Process control: MATERIAL, PRODUCT AND PROCESS DESIGN
Process control: EQUIPMENT
Process control: SMART PROCESSES
Process control: PEOPLE
SMT Solutions Manager
Jérôme Rousval received a degree in physics in 1996 from the Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille. He has worked in the SMT field for 21 years, the most recent six of which he had spent at ASMPT.
Jérôme Rousval is a proven expert in inspection technology and the optimization of manufacturing processes. On the ASMPT product marketing team he is responsible for the automated Process Expert optimization solution as well as for the implementation of AI across the entire SMT production line.
As the industry’s technology leader, ASMPT offers a broad portfolio of best-in-class products. Our solutions stand out with their perfect interaction of hardware, software and service components – powerful, smart, and ready to raise your production to a new level.