CCI Canadian Circuits to Host Open House Oct. 24


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In business since 1993, Canadian Circuits has become a leading innovator for printed circuit boards, excelling in quick-turn prototypes.

Informative presentations from companies like Rogers, Escudo Power and Ohmega Technologies—as well as the Canadian Circuits Team—will be given on such topics as hybrid PCBs with RF material, power converters for fuel cell applications, embedded resistor technology and DFM. 

Food, refreshments and prize giveaways will be offered throughout the day. Plant tours will begin after each presentation with an open bar at 4 pm.

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