SMTA Capital Chapter Expo and Tech Forum to be Held on August 24


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The SMTA Capital Chapter is inviting the industry to its upcoming Capital Expo and Tech Forum, which will be held at Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Lab, Kossiakoff Center, 11100 Johns Hopkins Road, Laurel, Maryland, on August 24.

During this year's expo, the Capital Chapter will host technical presentations by ITM Consulting, Summit Interconnect, and GVD Corp. Specific topics include "The 'Deadly Sins' of SMT Assembly," "Density, Advanced Materials and Cost Drivers Associated with Advanced Circuit Design, Fabrication and Assembly," and, "Reliability without Hermeticity: Commercial Vapor Deposited Coatings for High-Frequency RF Micro-Electronics."

Registration opens at 8 am and includes a complimentary lunch on the show floor. Exhibits are open from 9-3 pm and the first technical presentation will start at 9:30 am.

To register online to attend or exhibit, please click here.

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