TTM Technologies to Exhibit at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo


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TTM Technologies, Inc. will be exhibiting at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo North America 2017 at Booth 1013. The expo runs September 12-14. Technical experts will be available at the booth to answer printed circuit board design, manufacturing, and assembly-related questions. The following key TTM automotive PCB technologies will also be displayed at the booth:

  • High-Reliability Applications
  • RF/Microwave 24 GHz - 77Ghz +
  • Heavy-copper products up to 12 oz. (400 µm)
  • Heat sinks (aluminum & copper) and Thermal Management Solutions (TMS)
  • High-Volume HDI Capabilities for Advanced Automotive Applications
  • Controlled Impedance Applications
  • Rigid-Flex and Semi-Flex
  • North American Prototyping  

“We are exhibiting to support our long-established customer base in the Detroit area and gain insight into emerging technologies that will drive the fast-growing electric and hybrid vehicle market,” said Jon Pereira, President of the Automotive, Medical, Industrial & Instrumentation Business Unit, “We have a broad range of products and services, as well as a global network of engineering and technology experts, that have the ability to bring game-changing technologies to life: printed circuit boards are the heart of the electronic devices that deliver the mobility, communications, entertainment, and safety features people rely on every day.”

About the Electric & Hybrid Technology Expo America

Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo is the premier showcase for electric and hybrid vehicle technology and innovation. Based in Detroit, Michigan, the capital of EV manufacturing in America, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo will highlight advances right across the powertrain and across a wide range of vehicles from passenger and commercial to off-highway industrial vehicles. Additional information can be found here.  

About TTM

TTM Technologies, Inc. is a leading global printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturer, focusing on quick-turn and volume production of technologically advanced PCBs, backplane assemblies and electro-mechanical solutions. TTM stands for time-to-market, representing how TTM's time-critical, one-stop manufacturing services enable customers to shorten the time required to develop new products and bring them to market. Additional information can be found here.   

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