RTW IPC APEX EXPO 2019: Five-year Standard Committee Collaboration on JS-001


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David Hillman from Collins Aerospace and IPC's Teresa Rowe speak with Editor Dan Feinberg about how a seemingly simple question resulted in years of committee work to develop the JS-001 standard on the use of conformal coatings and avoiding tin whiskers. Approximately 22 companies were involved in developing the standard, demonstrating five years of dedicated, successful collaboration.

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