IPC APEX EXPO: Sessions @ the Intersection


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In this short video, Brook Sandy-Smith, IPC’s technical conference program manager, explains how “the lntersection” will be a new meeting place In between the show floor and the technical conference available to attendees and the free sessions that are open to any registration type.

Be sure to catch up on everything going on at IPC APEX EXPO 2020 in the January issues of SMT007 Magazine and PCB007 Magazine. We have dedicated these two issues to previewing this year's show!

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