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Prototron Circuits announced recently that the company will be exhibiting at this year’s IPC APEX EXPO 2017 to be held at the San Diego Conventions Center February 14 to February 16th.
“This is a great show for us every year. It not only provides us with the opportunity to meet with our customer and potential customers but with our vendors as well. We always like to check out the new equipment and other new developments in our industry,” said Dave Ryder, president and owner of Prototron Circuits.
Visit Prototron Circuits at booth 4039.
Celebrating their 30 years in the PCB business, Prototron is one of the industry leaders when it comes to High Technology Quick Turn Printed Circuits boards. Their continued outstanding performance (98%+ Quality and Delivery) has made them a true preferred source of all companies needing reliable QTA PCBs. Prototron Circuits is truly America’s board shop.
Prototron has facilities in Redmond, Washington and Tucson, Arizona. Prototron has recently attained their MIL-PRF-31032 qualification.
For more information go to www.prototron.com.
Jan Pedersen, ELMATICA
IPC’s Automotive Addendum task group was started in November 2014 and the first edition of IPC 6012-DA was released in April 2016. We are now working on the revised version, and expect a release in Q2 2018. As standards need to evolve, develop and follow the needs of the industry, this work is continuous.
Steve Williams, The Right Approach Consulting LLC
This year’s show was one of the best in recent history, both in attendance and enthusiasm. The exhibit floor was sold out, and every single person I talked to was extremely optimistic about business in 2018. What follows are a series of observations and excerpts from conversations I had with some of the most interesting people I met.
Dan Feinberg, FeinLine Associates, Inc.
The Order of the PCB Dinosaurs (originally called the PWB Dinosaurs—the sign of a true dino) was born because of a comment almost 20 years ago by my good friend Bernie Kessler. Back in the day, when suppliers like us became IPC members, we could only be associate members; unlike fabricators, we could not serve on the board and we could not lead key committees.