IPC Webinar on Production of Electronic Hardware with the Assistance of IPC Standards


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IPC invites the industry to an informative and entertaining two-part webinar series held by distinguished instructor and standards expert, Lars Wallin, IPC Europe Representative.

The series, Production of Electronic Hardware with the Assistance of IPC Standards, has been appreciated by thousands of attendees active in the electronic hardware production chain in many European countries. The webinars explain how IPC standards are developed and guide you through the entire production chain of PCBAs.

The webinars demonstrate how rework costs can be reduced and quality can be improved by using the appropriate IPC standards at each stage of production.

For more information or to register, click here.

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