Experts to Speak at SMTA Additive Electronics Conference


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The Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) has released the line-up of expert speakers at the upcoming additive electronics conference this month. In cooperation with I-Connect007, SMTA will hold the one-day conference, “The Additive Electronics Conference: PCB Scale to IC Scale,” on October 24, 2019 in San Jose, California.

Some of the field’s best and brightest will condense their years of experience into presentations and discussions on the need for additive materials and technology, and practical applications.

The expert speakers include Wilfried Bair (NextFlex), Nathan Khosla (Lockheed Martin), Beth Paquette (NASA-GSFC), Brian Hess (Calumet Electronics), Rahul Raut (MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions), Will Wallace (SAT Plating), Steve Vetter (Crane), Mike Vinson (Averatek), and Bawa Singh (MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions).

For more information or to register, click here.

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