PCB West 2020 Exhibition Floor Sold Out for 9th Year in a Row


Reading time ( words)

The exhibition floor for PCB West is sold out for the ninth straight year, UP Media Group Inc. said today. The annual show, the largest conference and exhibition for printed circuit board design, fabrication and assembly in the Silicon Valley, returns to the Santa Clara (CA) Exhibition Center on September 8-11.

The event includes a four-day technical conference and one-day exhibition. The September 2019 event attracted more than 2,500 registrants.

“We are pleased to announce the exhibition floor for PCB West is sold out for the ninth straight year,” said Frances Stewart, vice president of sales and marketing, UPMG. “Our exhibitors continue to count on us every year to deliver an outstanding event and targeted audience.” 

Now in its 29th year, this year’s show will feature 110 booths showcasing the leading companies in the PCB industry, including the top CAD and CAM vendors and top names in printed circuit fabrication and electronics assembly.

For information about attending, visit pcbwest.com.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

Institute of Circuit Technology Spring Seminar 2020

03/11/2020 | Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Back to Meriden, the nominal centre of England where the daffodils were blooming. A good crowd made it to the spring seminar that followed the Annual General Meeting of the Institute of Circuit Technology (ICT), with five specialist presentations and excellent opportunities to network with their peers in the industry. Pete Starkey shares his overview of the event.

Flexible Circuit Design Guidelines

03/05/2020 | Flexible Circuit Technologies
Flexible circuit designs share many of the same challenges of rigid PCB designs, but there are also many differences and additional challenges. The very nature of a flex circuit being able to bend and flex make it as much a mechanical device as an electrical one. This creates a special set of requirements unique to flexible circuitry. Understanding how these requirements interact will allow the PCB designer to create a flex circuit that balances the electrical and mechanical features into a reliable, cost-effective interconnect solution.

Flexibility Is Key to Direct Imaging Success

01/28/2020 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Brendan F. Hogan, managing director of MivaTek, explains that while each industry has its own set of requirements and difficulties, the lines between semiconductor and PCB markets are blurring, demanding more flexibility from equipment suppliers.



Copyright © 2020 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.