RTW IPC APEX EXPO: OK International Soldering Robot Integrates CV Technology


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Bryan Gass, vice president at OK International, talks with I-Connect007 Managing Editor Nolan Johnson about how their Connection Validation (CV) technology, launched at the IPC APEX EXPO last year, provided the company a springboard to have good start into 2018, and achieve growth throughout the year.

For this year's show, Gass discusses the company’s new soldering robot, which integrates their CV technology.

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