Register Now for the IPC Fall Standards Committee Meetings


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Registration is now open for the IPC Fall Standards Development Meetings, which will once again be co-located with SMTA International, to be held on September 16–21 in Rosemont, Illinois.

The IPC Standard Development Committees cover a range of topics, including:

  • Assembly & Joining
  • Assembly Equipment
  • Base Materials
  • Cleaning & Coating
  • Electronic Documentation Technology
  • Electronic Product Data Description
  • Embedded Devices
  • Environment, Health and Safety
  • Fabrication Processes
  • Flexible and Rigid-Flex Printed Boards
  • High Speed/High Frequency Interconnections
  • Management
  • Packaged Electronic Components
  • Printed Board Design Technology
  • Printed Electronics
  • Process Control
  • Product Assurance
  • Product Reliability
  • Rigid Printed Boards
  • Terms and Definitions
  • Testing

Register by August 25 and save 10% on the combined IPC Standards Meetings and SMTA Conference.

For more information, click here.

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