EIPC SpeedNews: News from the European PCB Industry


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News from the EIPC

- We have moved our office! EIPC Change of Address

- Final Program for the EIPC Winter Conference Salzburg, February 2–3, 2017

News from Germany 

- SMT Hybrid Packaging – New Tutorial concept and conference focus released

News from the UK 

- Ventec Showcases Innovations in PCB Materials for High-Speed/Low-loss Applications at APEX 2017

- Lead Free Hand Soldering & Desoldering - Online or On Site

- Process Ionic Contamination testing: The world's first and only combined ROSE & PICT Tester

News from WECC Members

- News from the IPC

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