Matrics offers PICA, a new high-speed radio frequency identification tag assembly system. Unlike existing Web-based flip-chip assemblers that have a maximum capacity of attaching chips at speeds of 8ꯠ units/hour, the PICA machine can produce tags up to 1귔 times faster, company says.
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Andy Kerr(above) is a Development Technician specializing in corrugated packaging at Eastman Kodak, and he’s been re-elected chairman of the End User Advisory Committee at the Technical Assn. of the Pulp and Paper Industry. Here, Andy talks about the RFID program held recently at TAPPI’s October conference in Dallas.
It’s the fifth time around for this fast-growing show, and it’s expected to be bigger, newer, and better than ever when the curtain goes up on October 13. Look for more than 800 exhibitors and 17ꯠ attendees.