Another premiere from Belgium: the potting and transfer moulding technology from Ninix. The former spin-off of BC Components will reveal its innovation at the Internationale Suppliers Fair (IZB) in Wolfsburg, Germany.
The aim of the development of this new packaging technology for automotive sensor modules was to combine the strength of potting technology with the advantages of transfer moulding technology and to minimize limitations.
Advantages of case-less design
The advantages of the Ninix technology are its design flexibility, customized designs, integration of cables and connectors, less conditioning of the models, less bleeding, lower pressure and lower stress on the electronics.
The case-less design facilitates superior adhesion of the liquid moulding material to the electronics. Resins with a high glass-transition temperature can be adjusted to meet the specific needs and requirements of the application in question.
Suitable for mass production
The technology is suitable for both small series and mass production. The resins cure in just a few minutes without requiring post-curing. The tooling and automation of this new packaging technology can be scaled with the required production series.
Ninix Technologies innovates in Bruges
Ninix Technologies is a manufacturer and designer of special machines and tools, high speed automated assembly lines, automated quality inspection systems and vision systems.
In 2001, the company was established as a spin-off of BC Components, drawing from the strong legacy of more than 20 years of components development and automation knowhow established by Philips Electronics Components. Based in Bruges, Ninix doubled its factory floor space in 2012 with a new building.
Ninix Technologies NV is one of the exhibitors sharing the “Belgian Automotive” joint stand at the International Suppliers Fair (IZB) in Hall 2, Booth 2105 from 18 to 20 October 2016.