December 2018 Issue of SMT007 Magazine Available Now


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The electronics manufacturing industry continues to grow and change, and there’s no better place to participate in the excitement than at IPC APEX EXPO 2019. In the December 2018 issue of SMT007 Magazine, we preview the show, the new events, exhibitions, new technologies, awards, competitions, and standards work.

We even step back with two members of the APEX EXPO board of directors responsible for starting APEX. So, take your seat, whether as an attendee or as an industry representative, and let’s get this show started.

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