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News from the EIPC

- EIPC Summer Conference Birmingham, June 1–2, 2017

- 2nd EIPC Workshop on PCB Bio MEMs, May 31, 2017

- European PCB Designer Day, Brussels, Belgium, June 21, 2017

News from Germany

- Successful Q1 2017 for Schweizer

- SMT Hybrid Packaging 2017: Trend-setting exhibition with great experiences is opening soon

- Atotech Presents Advanced Wet Chemical and System Solutions for Next Generation HDI at C-Tex Show 2017

News from the Netherlands

- Contamination, Cleaning and Coating Conference, May 22–24, 2017

News from Norway

- Printed Circuit Broker Elmatica Appoints Robert Kurti as IT Manager

News from the UK

- 2 weeks to go, book now for the IMAPS-UK "MEDPACK" Workshop on May 18 in Cambridge

- ICT 43rd Annual Symposium at the Black Country Museum, May 9, 2017

Electronic Industry News

- Park Electrochemical, Mercurywave Uptake Pushes Slightly to Right, But Big Earnings Growth on Horizon

 

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