PEACHTREE CITY, GA – CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY today announced the 2024 New Product Introduction Award winners for electronics assembly equipment, materials and software.

The 17th annual NPI Awards recognize leading new products during the past 12 months. An independent panel of practicing industry engineers selected the recipients.

The winners are:

Anda Technologies Automation Tools – ADA Series Smart Manufacturing Platform

Kyzen Cleaning Materials – AQUANOX A4618 KYZDS

Henkel Coatings/Encapsulants – Loctite Stycast CC 8555

Hanwha Techwin Automation Americas Component Placement – XM520 High-Speed Dual Lane Chip Mounter

Juki Automation Systems Component Storage – ISM 3600 FA, FAMR System

PVA Dispensing Equipment – Direct Series with new PathMaster X Programming Software

Tagarno First Article Inspection – Tagarno 4K Microscope

Indium Flux – Indium8.9FRV

ViTrox Process Control Tools – V9i XL ARV

ASYS Group Screen and Stencil Printing – SERIO 6000 with “Sphere” Intelligent Print Head

StenTech Screen/Stencil Printing Peripherals/Consumables – BluPrint CVD Surface Treatment

Cetec ERP & CalcuQuote Software – Management – Supply Chain Connected ERP

Vayo Software – Process Control – Vayo-Stencil Designer

Arch Software – Production – ArchFX GLO

Weller Tools Soldering – Hand Tools – Zero Smog Shield Pro

BTU International Soldering – Reflow – Aurora

Kurtz Ersa Soldering – Selective – VERSAFLOW ONE X-Series

ITW EAE Soldering – Wave – Deep Wave Option

AIM Solder Solder – Materials – NC259FPA

ViTrox Test and Inspection – AOI – V510i 3D AOI

Brooks Automation Test and Inspection – Functional Test – PreciseFlex 3400 Cobot

ViTrox Test and Inspection – AXI –V810i Advanced X-Ray Inspection (AXI) System – Series 3 Dual-Lane

Pemtron Test and Inspection – SPI – D-2

Henkel Thermal Interface Materials – Berquist Hi Flow THF 5000UT

“The judges this year noted the current trend for speed without losing accuracy,” said Mike Buetow, president of the Printed Circuit Engineering Association. “But they also pointed out the interoperability requirements of systems and software, and stressed the importance of full functionality regardless of the logo.”

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