EIPC Now Accepting Orders for T-50 Revision M Report


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Each year, a new slew of terms and definitions become commonplace in the manufacturing process. IPC's report T-50 Revision M, Terms and Definitions for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits, delivers users the most up-to-date descriptions and illustrations of electronic interconnect industry terminology. It is a dynamic standard that adapts to the industry to provide the most thorough dictionary in the industry.

This essential industry standard provides descriptions and illustrations of electronic interconnect industry terminology to help users and their customers break down language barriers. Revision M contains over 220 new or revised terms, including new terminology for conformal coatings, potting and encapsulation processes, stencil design, statistical process control, and flexible printed board technology.

EIPC is now accepting orders for the hard copy of the report. For more information, email eipc@eipc.org.

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