CEMA collaborates with CUNY to provide electronics packaging design, assembly and testing services to support the PCB module requirements for their Compact Photonics Explorer (CPE) project. This includes providing technical assistance to CUNY researchers, assembling the PCBs containing the control electronics and the video-OSC/modulatore/tramsmitter, test PCB assemblies for functionality and supply PCB modules to CUNY.
CEMA and KIC Profiling partner to investigate the applicability of Auto-Focus option software relative to traditional tools for optimal reflow oven recipe selection for PB-free soldering.
CEMA collaborates with APE. A Sniper rework system is available in the lab for demonstrations and projects. Both have benefited by having a local lab to demonstrate equipment as well as providing CEMA with a new rework station.
CEMA is finally equipped with a state of the art Failure Analysis Capability Laboratory. This includes the recently acquired Two Zone Thermal Shock Chamber and Temperature/Humidity Chamber.
Professor Ramkumar presented a paper at the APEX show in Anaheim, CA in February on Lead Free 0201 Assembly.
CEMA was featured in the January SMT magazine promoting their lead free compendium. Read more about it at:
CEMA is currently developing a ‘Lead-free Research
Compendium’ by compiling information available in research
papers and text books. This compendium will be an excellent reference
tool for companies to educate their employees on lead-free technology.
The report will also help companies in the implementation of lead-free
View our ‘LEAD-FREE
RESEARCH COMPENDIUM’ outline.