IPC APEX EXPO 2021: The Complete Agenda


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IPC APEX EXPO 2021 week kicks off today in a first-ever virtual format. IPC Board Chair Shane Whiteside captures the essence of the weeklong event perfectly:

“This year, IPC will bring experts together to help companies transform and modernize as we look toward the future of electronics manufacturing. Our technical conference reflects that transformation by offering a three-track educational event, featuring:

  • Factory of the Future implementation
  • PCB Fabrication and materials
  • Quality, Reliability, Assembly, Test and Inspection

The 24-page IPC APEX EXPO program of courses and conference events details the events, technical program, keynotes, and much more. Still need to register? You’ll find details in the program. Professional development courses? Listed in the program. Technical conference tracks? Yep! In the program. Keynotes and Managers Forums? You got it—in the program!”

To access the IPC APEX EXPO program of courses and conference events, follow this link for the show e-Brochure. The show is underway at ipcapexexpo.org.

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