[Webinar] Shortening development timelines with better adhesion materials and technology

A technical discussion on the most successful adhesion best practices and techniques for electronics manufacturing. Broadcast date: July 21 @ 11am PT.

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Register for our July 21 webinar

Join a live discussion on adhesive best practices with an application specialist and former Apple engineer.

Adhesion materials and technology are evolving at a rapidly accelerated rate. Engineers who rely on glue and other adhesives for product development will need to stay up-to-date on the emerging chemistry, technology, and application processes that can impact their build timelines.

Instrumental and BTG Labs have joined forces to share the top three adhesion best practices for product design engineers. Join Instrumental’s Director of Solutions Architecture Tobias Harrison-Noonan and BTG Labs’ Application Expert Lucas Dillingham in an upcoming webinar on Wednesday, July 21 at 11am PT to learn everything you need to know about adhesion in 2021.

Topics include:

  • Main drivers of risk and failure during the product life cycle – learn strategies on how to manage surfaces during NPI.
  • How to select surface preparation tools
  • Common Contaminants to look out for

Speakers:

Lucas Dillingham (BTG Labs’ Applications Specialist) has had 10 years of commercializing inspection technology, implementing specifications for manufacturing, and solving production challenges in a variety of industries. His primary focus has been in the areas of process development, supply chain management, process troubleshooting, and rework / repair deployments of BTG Labs’ Surface Analyst surface quality inspection systems.

Tobias Harrison-Noonan grew up as a mechanical engineer at Apple, and experienced the waste and inefficiencies of hardware development as they brought multiple generations of Apple Watch and iPhones to market. At Instrumental, he sets out to solve those inefficiencies through a combination of assembly data, cloud infrastructure, and machine learning that help hardware engineers find and fix issues faster. And now, in the era of remote work, we’ve become essential to our customers’ development process.

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