IPC E-Textiles Committee Vice-Chair Launches “30 in 30” Free Video Series


Reading time ( words)

IPC D-70 E-Textiles Committee vice-chair Ben Cooper is running a new video series “30 in 30” through his IoClothes Forums. The forum discussions will showcase 30 videos in 30 days on topics that are critical to the continued growth of the smart textiles industry. A new video will be released every day for 30 consecutive days. If your company is developing smart textiles or has smart textiles on its roadmap, you will want to tune in for this “30 in 30” series.

The videos series launched Monday July 23, so don’t miss another installment. Sign up for the platform is free. This will instantly give you exclusive access to IoClothes Forums and video series.

IoClothes is an online platform dedicated to providing resources needed to build connections across industries that lead to breakthrough innovation in the apparel, footwear and textile industries. Specifically, its focus is enabling the “smart” or e-textile integration into body-worn soft-goods.

Also, Ben is one of our key speakers at IPC E-Textiles 2018. Check out the agenda for this workshop and register today.

Share


Suggested Items

IoT: Driving Change in Manufacturing

10/15/2018 | Stephen Las Marias, I-Connect007
In the manufacturing world, the Internet of Things (IoT) can be seen as an element of Industry 4.0. The idea behind it is that factories would evolve to become smarter, to become a lot more flexible—to be able to make the products that customers want, basically at any time that they need.

Mark Curtin on Large-Board Stencil Printing and Metal Squeegees

09/24/2018 | Stephen Las Marias, I-Connect007
Transition Automation Inc. recently developed a large-area benchtop stencil printer targeted for high-mix low- or medium-volume production. In an interview with I-Connect007, Mark Curtin talks about the new system, and why metal squeegees are the way to go when it comes to solder paste printing.

What SMT Component Shortages Mean for Design and Manufacturing Engineers

09/13/2018 | Russell Poppe, JJS Manufacturing
Much has been written about the increasing shortages of electronic components such as MLCCs, chip resistors and other semiconductor devices. And the manufacturing industry is now seeing price increases and greatly extended lead times. It seems the situation is likely to get rapidly worse rather than better. What can we do? Read on.



Copyright © 2018 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.