Electronics molding – experience it up close in 202324.Jan 2023
Live and always with the latest news, we present the Low Pressure Molding technology for electronics molding every year at various events.
Both at trade fairs and in talks at workshops, congresses and symposia with different industry focuses, we show the process and equipment in detail and offer individual exchange on the requirements in a wide variety of applications.
We have already planned the following dates for 2023:
- Henkel AEI Electro Days – Expert Talks LPM March 13th in Düsseldorf
- Smans NV Cable and Wire Inhouse Show March 14th – 16th in Turnhout BE Smans | Cable & Wire In-house Show 2023
- Kunteno May 9 th – 11 th in Rheda-Wiedenbrück - KUTENO
- Productronica November 14 th –17 th in Munich productronica | Trade fair electronics development production
… further events will follow.
Low Pressure Molding (LPM) is a process for electronics molding, means protection of electrical and electronic components (such as printed circuit boards or sensors) against vibrations and shocks. LPM insulates against heat, cold, moisture, weather in general and electrical energy. The design is space-saving, cost-effective and individually designable.
Thermoplastic hot melt adhesives are used as molding compounds. The predominantly pollutant-free materials based on dimer fatty acids are liquefied by heating. They can be introduced into moulds at low pressures and solidify when cooled.
Against the backdrop of increasingly compressed installation space and growing power densities, the demands on the design of electric and electronic components are rising. Encapsulation processes and materials are among the decisive factors for the durability of electrical and electronic assemblies.
Originally developed for and in collaboration with the automotive industry, the process has now become an established manufacturing technology in many areas of electronics production and is used in various industries.
You can also find more information in our detailed white paper:
After almost all trade fairs last year took place exclusively virtually, the first face-to-face events are starting again this year.As a long-standing exhibitor, we are of course present at productronica in Munich and can once again present and network ourselves live and "in color".This year we will show the latest features of our Flexline machine series as well as our innovative LPM equipment with integrated induction for impermable moulding on metallic inserts, which was further developed by the requirements of the first project implementations.We look forward to an intensive exchange, exciting projects and interesting new contacts.We cordially invite you to visit us at our booth 101, hall B4 - you can request your personal ticket voucher using our contact form.
In 2020 electronica, Munich took place as a virtual event for the first time.This change, made necessary by the corona pandemic, brought many challenges as well as opportunities for new concepts and ideas.Of course the pioneers were part of it. With the support of our long-standing partners in trade fair construction - Wiesner Messearchitektur and Plan3 - a concept was developed to implement interesting and profitable content in virtual space for existing and new customers, interested parties and business partners.The result was the OptiMel studio for live meetings, which will continue to be used intensively after the trade fair - for workshops, presentations, project consultation, sampling and acceptance appointments.Furthermore our appearance at the fair was a designed in the form of a virtual showroom - you can take a look at it again here:
After a 4-year break and electronica virtual in 2020, electronica Munich will open its doors again.OptiMel presents the Low Pressure Moulding technology for efficient protection of electrical and electronic components in its entire range. And as always, we also show new developments.We look forward to meeting customers and partners there again, making new contacts, discussing projects and having intensive talks.We cordially invite you to visit us in hall A 2 booth 301 - you can request your personal ticket voucher via our contact form.