IPC and AATCC to Host Joint Session at AATCC Committee Meetings


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IPC and the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) will host a joint session, Get Hands-On With E-Textiles Standards and Test Methods, on November 12, from 3:00-5:00 p.m. (ET), prior to the AATCC Fall Committee Meetings.

During this session, IPC and AATCC will provide an overview of the standards projects of the IPC D-70 E-Textile Committee and AATCC's various working groups. You will also learn how IPC and AATCC are working together and how to get involved with our activities.

The forum will include a standards and test methods brainstorming session for you to bring your organization's ideas, needs and issues that can be resolved through industry standards. Anything is up for debate! IPC and AATCC staff will present your ideas to committee leadership as potential new projects by IPC D-70, AATCC or a joint standard working group.

Unique to any other standards meeting you will attend, AATCC will also have e-textiles materials and testing equipment available for attendees to get a hands-on experience with standards and test methods.

AATCC also invites all IPC D-70 Committee members to attend the RA111, Electronically-Integrated Textiles meeting or any other committee meeting that interests you.

Register for the IPC/AATCC joint session and AATCC committee meetings, click here.

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