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It's almost 2023, and we’re looking forward to meeting up with many of you at IPC APEX EXPO 2023. There’s a lot of excitement around this show, and the event is shaping up to match expectations. This year, IPC APEX EXPO has 373 exhibitors signed up, and more classes—with better content—in the Professional Development and Technical Conference sections than we can remember. So, in this month’s issue of PCB007 Magazine, we bring you a preview of IPC APEX EXPO 2023.
This month, we bring you articles and interviews with show organizers, committee leaders, and instructors. We even have one article designed to help you justify to your manager why you need to attend this show.
And once you’re on the show floor, stop by and chat with us. We’ll be manning our state-of-the-art I-Connect007 booth throughout the week. Editors and guest editors will be conducting scores of Real Time with… I-Connect007 video interviews with the industry’s top engineers, managers, and executives.
We hope you all have a fantastic holiday season, and hope to see you in San Diego next month. Have a Happy New Year!
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Real Time with...IPC
Paige Fiet sits down with Steve Keller of Taiyo America to discuss the benefits of using robotic technology such as Taiyo Circuit Automation's AT-100 for coating PCBs. If you were unable to attend IPC APEX EXPO 2023, don't worry. We're bringing you coverage of the week's events in San Diego, from ribbon cutting to teardown.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
At the recent IPC Advanced Packaging Symposium, Dr. Frank W. Gayle, deputy director of the Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office, an interagency team with core staff hosted at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), gave a presentation on the work NIST has recently undertaken in support of both the semiconductor and R&D sectors, and the CHIPS and Science Act.
Julia Gumminger, IPC
IPC members are constantly working to move the electronics industry forward by developing new technologies, innovative processes, and testing methods—and working to find solutions to known technical challenges. The IPC APEX EXPO Technical Conference is the premier forum in North America where these challenges, solutions, and innovations are shared among colleagues and competitors alike.