October 2018 Issue of SMT007 Magazine Available Now


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The PCB assembly industry is edging closer to the true vision of Industry 4.0. With IPC’s Connected Factory Exchange (CFX) standard—a common machine communications standard for the electronics assembly supply chain—electronics manufacturing is on its way to become even smarter.

The October 2018 issue of SMT007 Magazine looks at the latest developments in the CFX standard and its overall impact on the PCB assembly process.

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