Indium Marks 15th Anniversary of Live@APEX at IPC APEX EXPO


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Indium Corporation will observe the 15th anniversary of its Live@APEX program in 2019, featuring its proven products live on the show floor throughout IPC APEX EXPO from January 29-31 in San Diego, California, USA.

Launched in 2004, Live@APEX is a joint effort between Indium Corporation and its industry partners. By demonstrating Indium Corporation products on live equipment at the APEX show, attendees get an accurate and honest depiction of the material’s performance.

This year’s program will highlight Indium Corporation materials, such as:

  • Indium8.9HF Solder Paste
  • Core 230-RC No-Clean Flux-Cored Solder Wire
  • Solder Fortification Preforms

Live@APEX benefits all participants, including Indium Corporation, its industry partners, and, most importantly, the customers who get to experience the equipment and materials in a live-action environment.

To learn more about the Live@APEX program, contact Miloš Lazić, technical support engineer or visit Indium Corporation at booth #3133.

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