Seika's Michelle Ogihara to Co-Chair MSD Council Meeting at SMTAI

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Seika Machinery Inc.'s Michelle Ogihara, senior sales manager, will co-chair the MSD Council Meeting with Mumtaz Bora of Peregrine Semiconductor, at the upcoming SMTA International. The meeting is scheduled to take place Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 2 p.m. in Room 53 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

Steve Martell of Nordson/Sonoscan will present on updates on J-STD 020, 033, 035.

IBM's Curtis Grosskopf will present on the 075 updates, and Bora will present "Practical Guidelines for Handling Moisture Sensitive SMT Packages." The meeting will conclude with a Q&A with attendees.

The council is a voluntary group, under the auspices of the SMTA, dedicated to advancing the understanding and practice of moisture sensitive devices control in electronic assembly procedures and practices. All council members and anyone interested may attend this meeting. No reservations required.

The MSD Council serves industry professionals who are SMTA members that have an interest in moisture sensitive devices. Specifically, the council represents engineering, production management, quality assurance and reliability, research, sales and marketing, education, purchasing, and other functions.

About Seika Machinery, Inc.

Seika Machinery, Inc. (SMI) is a subsidiary of Seika Corporation, Japan and member of the Mitsubishi Global Group. SMI provides electronics manufacturers with advanced machinery, superior materials and engineering services. For more information about Seika Machinery, click here.


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