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Welcome to Technic's Technology Support Hub




Technic is pleased to announce the official opening of the Technology Support Hub portal on our 3 global web sites for North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. With the Technic TSH, registered users will be able to access disparate and extensive resources designed to make our products easier to use and to enable our customers to design better process solutions. The portal is also designed to provide information and resources to allow our technology community to communicate information that is not readily available in other locations. The TSH features interactive calculators, application specific technical process guides, training videos, and support information for our extensive, proprietary product offerings.

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Technic Releases Techni IM Gold AT8000

Non-Cyanide Immersion Gold for ENIG



Technic has announced the release of Techni IM Gold AT8000, a non-cyanide immersion gold that improves solderability while reducing gold usage when compared to typical cyanide based ENIG chemistry. Besides the elimination of cyanide, Techni IM Gold AT8000 slows down and controls the deposition of gold on electroless nickel. The result of a slower, more controlled reaction is the elimination of corrosion products and the creation of a pore free ENIG deposit with dramatically improved solder spread. Learn more


Technic Presents New Tin Whisker Mitigation Findings at 60th Holm Conference in New Orleans

Rob Schetty, Technic’s Vice President of Global Technology Sales and Marketing, recently presented the latest research findings in Tin whisker mitigation at the October 13-16 IEEE 60th Holm Conference. The presentation covered the mechanisms that produce the thin, crystalline, conductive filaments that can emanate from electrodeposited tin coatings, posing electrical reliability concerns, and electroplated matte tin deposits with specific crystal orientations and grain sizes that have been found to be correlated with whisker growth propensity. The presentation provided new findings on tin whisker mitigation techniques. More information



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