IPC Releases Schedule of Standards Development Meetings

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IPC—The Association Connecting Electronics Industries is inviting the industry to join its Standards Development Meetings, which will be held from September 24–30, 2016.

Contribute to the industry standards and guidelines that your company, customers, suppliers and competitors rely on by

Attending IPC standards development committee meetings offer attendees opportunities to contribute to the industry standards and guidelines that companies, customers, suppliers and competitors rely on.

IPC Standard Development Committees cover a range of topics, including:

  • Assembly & Joining
  • Assembly Equipment
  • Base Materials
  • Cleaning & Coating
  • Electronic Documentation Technology
  • Electronic Product Data Description 
  • Embedded Devices 
  • Environment, Health and Safety
  • Fabrication Processes 
  • Flexible and Rigid-Flex Printed Boards 
  • High Speed/High Frequency Interconnections
  • Management 
  • Packaged Electronic Components
  • Printed Board Design Technology 
  • Printed Electronics
  • Process Control 
  • Product Assurance
  • Product Reliability 
  • Rigid Printed Boards
  • Terms and Definitions 
  • Testing

For more information or to register, click here.



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