IPC Extends Poster Abstract Submission Deadline for IPC APEX EXPO 2018


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IPC—Association Connecting Electronics Industries has extended the deadline for submission of poster abstracts for the IPC APEX EXPO 2018 to December 1, 2017.

Poster presentations at IPC APEX EXPO, the industry's premier conference and exhibition for printed board design and manufacturing, electronics assembly and test, are scheduled for February 28, 2018, and will be displayed throughout the event, which will be held in San Diego, California.

Technical poster presentations are being sought on all relevant electronics topics, including design, materials, assembly, processes and equipment and test, in particular, automation in electronics manufacturing; assembly and rework processes; cleaning; flexible circuitry; PCB fabrication; reshoring; robotics; soldering; surface finishes; tin whiskers; wearables; and more.

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