Zero Defects International to Exhibit at SMTA Silicon Valley & Tech Forum


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Zero Defects International (ZDI) has announced their participation as an exhibitor at the SMTA Silicon Valley Expo and Tech Forum.

It will be held at the Bestronics Box Build manufacturing facility in San Jose located at 2243 Lundy Avenue, San Jose. The date of this exhibition is Wednesday, November 28.  Expo hours are 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.  with a 12:00 luncheon and a 3:00 p.m. reception.

Foremost among the PCB and PCBA test and inspection services and products to be shown will be ZDI's ICT flying-probe test services along with their reverse engineering and failure analysis capabilities. Similarly, ZDI will also feature test and inspection equipment including ICT and flying-probe test systems from Seica.  ZDI personnel in attendance include Michaela Brody  (president), Berto Miranda (operations manager), Phuong  Luu  (senior test engineer) and Paul Benke (CEO).

Other ZDI partner's products to be shown are Viscom, who will also exhibit and will have Barbara Koczera attending, as well as Europlacer, Skyla, Landrex, Tagarno and Epoch International.

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