IPC APEX EXPO 2020 Attendees Speak: Jered Stoehr


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Jered Stoehr is VP of sales and marketing for Milwaukee Electronics

Kelly Dack: What are your reactions to the show?

Jered Stoehr: I always like seeing the demonstration of the line that they have with all the installations. Last year, it was upstairs. This year, it’s right here on the main floor. What I like is the CFX and the Hermes standards and the little flags, showing IPC-CFX supporters. It’s nice to see the data standards for how these machines are connecting and communicating. I’m glad to see that moving forward because that’s going to be a huge thing for our industry.

To read more comments from IPC APEX EXPO 2020 attendees, visit Real Time With... IPC Show & Tell Magazine.

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