Call to Action: Participation in Industry Specifications Development


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In an interview held during the IPC APEX EXPO 2015 Show in San Diego, Calif., Jim Monarchio,TTM's director of quality, encourages the audience to participate in IPC standards development, especially from those manufacturing PCBs. With technology changing so rapidly, involvement at all levels of the supply chain can help ensure specifications remain realistic.

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