IPC to Hold Two-day Technical Education on PCBs


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IPC—Association Connecting Electronics Industries is holding technical education sessions on July 19–20 at IPC headquarters north of Chicago in Bannockburn, Illinois.

IPC Technical Education provides training for new hires and offers updates for experienced staff members. With practical instruction that addresses real-world issues, industry experts provide both technical knowledge and fresh perspective to meet your process challenges.

The first day will discuss PCB fabrication, process and specifications. It will be led by Jim Vanden Hogen, Senior Designer, Plexus Corp.

The second day will focus on PCB troubleshooting, and will be led by Michael Carano, VP Technology & Business Development, RBP Chemical Technology Inc.

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