Conductor Analysis Technologies Appoints Lance Auer as N.A. Technical Representative


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Conductor Analysis Technologies (CAT) announces the appointment of Lance Auer as the North American technical representative.

Lance retired in early May from Raytheon and brings many years of circuit board manufacturing and design experience in an OEM environment. He also is a member of many IPC committees and currently chairs the IPC D-22 high speed/high frequency board performance subcommittee, which is responsible for IPC-6018.

According to Nick Meeker, chief operating officer, “Lance’s addition complements and expands our technical capabilities to support the circuit board manufacturing industry and our customers.”

About Conductor Analysis Technologies, Inc.

Conductor Analysis Technologies, Inc. is a provider of market-critical data utilized by designers, purchasers, assemblers, and manufacturers of printed circuit boards, and by material and equipment suppliers to the printed circuit industry.  Our products and services provide quantitative data on printed circuit manufacturing capability, quality, and reliability. For more information, click here.  

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