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With their customary flair for finding a suitable venue for their conferences, EIPC have selected Milan, Italy and the NH Hotel Milano Fiera, for their Winter event in 2019. The conference will be held on February 14-15, 2019.
Ah yes, Valentine's Day—Valentine's Day is recognized as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance and romantic love in many regions around the world. Given that all the EIPC members are passionate people, and love a commercial celebration when they see one, you can put good money on the fact that pretty well all of them will be in Milan for the EIPC Winter Conference.
Where better to bring your bow and quiver and shoot some technical and commercial arrows into the (not-so-hard) hearts of the assembled masses of people who know a lot about assembly.
Abstract submission is no later than October 15. Please click here for the detailed Call for Papers.
Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
At the SMTA Atlanta Expo and Tech Forum, I spoke with NCAB Group Field Application Engineer Ramon Roche, who gave a presentation at the show titled, “Technical Trends in the Global PCB Industry.” Ramon and I discussed his presentation, the emerging technologies that have NCAB’s focus over the next few years, and why semi-additive processes may be the key to succeeding with ultra HDI technology.
Barry Matties, I-Connect007
John Izzo is a celebrated author, activist, and public speaker who advises companies worldwide on corporate sustainability, social responsibility, leading on purpose, and employee engagement. In this interview with Barry Matties, John offers some suggestions for a better onboarding process, and he answers some of the tough questions that companies are facing regarding employee retention.
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Like many circuit board shops, Sunstone found itself climbing out of the deep well created by shutdowns during the pandemic. But 2022 was a good year, and Vice President Matt Stevenson greets 2023 with optimism. What’s on his mind? He’s looking closely at automation, price adjustments, a plating line, and the ongoing struggles with staffing.