RTW NEPCON South China: Mycronic Discusses Industry 4.0


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At the recent NEPCON South China 2018 event in Shenzhen, Clemens Jargon, VP for Global Dispensing and Asia at Mycronic, discusses the challenges that customers face on their journey towards Industry 4.0, and how Mycronic is addressing these issues.

From jet printing to solder paste inspection, to pick-and-place, Jargon talks about their total solutions that aim to help customers take their production to the next level.

Watch the interview here.

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