Wednesday 16th September 2020
Hello everyone,

Welcome to this week's WNIE newsletter,
With over 2000 global exhibitions now cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, virtual  events are becoming our new normal. However, we don't doubt that live events will once again rise to prominence in the future, not least because you can't replace that buzz of lots of people meeting in places that enhance their creativity and allow them to share ideas and connect with others face-to-face.
In the meantime, while we are relying on digital events, possibly until mid 2021, our WNIE Open House could be the solution you need to catch the attention of your customers and present your products to a global audience.

Our forthcoming Open House sessions (starting on 5th October) can act as your virtual shop window and are a hassle free option to market your latest products, services and innovations and a platform to post content and technical presentations/papers.
Content can be provided in a myriad of forms – from video and radio interviews to webinars and technical articles – the only limit is the customer’s imagination. Contact us at to find out more about getting involved. 
On that note, we are hosting our own virtual booth at this year's SMTAI event, taking place September 28-30. You can register to attend here. 
Have a great week,

Kirsty Hazlewood
Content Creator
WNIE Online
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Welcome to Robotic Soldering Experience. This is the second of a series of six videos also illustrating defects seen during our soldering work.
Here we illustrate the formation of bubbles in the flux residues after soldering.
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