Reading time ( words)
We are thrilled to announce the release of the sixth edition of Real Time with… IPC APEX EXPO 2023 Show & Tell Magazine, an exclusive, annual review of IPC’s trademark event. In this issue, you’ll find insightful articles, interviews with award winners, and reviews of the speakers, conferences, and courses.
(Re)live the experience through hundreds of high-quality images, hear from our technical experts, and watch videos that capture the flavor of the entire event.
You’ll also learn more about the IPC Design Competition and gain insights from our show reviewers. Experience IPC APEX EXPO 2023 through our hundreds of high-quality images, hear from our many technical experts, and watch fun videos that capture the flavor of the entire event.
“We specifically designed this issue so that whether or not you attended the event, you would be able to get a comprehensive feel for the whole show,” says Michelle Te, managing editor of Show & Tell Magazine. “There is so much to see and do while you’re there, it’s impossible to experience it all. We wanted to provide an immersive experience through words and images. There’s definitely something for everyone. We also encourage you to use this as a resource guide throughout the year. It's something you'll want to refer to again and again.”
We have enjoyed putting this issue together for you and hope you will enjoy it as well. Please share it with your colleagues and friends!
Download your copy today.
Christopher Bonsell, Chemcut
This year, I had the great opportunity to come to IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego as a contributing member in Chemcut’s booth. Being an exhibitor is always interesting because you never know what you will learn or who you will meet. Truly, it seems that every IPC APEX EXPO is an eye-opening experience. This was the second show I attended, and last year I was amazed to see how in-depth and interconnected the electronics industry is. Seeing how many different companies contribute to manufacturing today’s core technology never fails to impress me.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Investments, staffing, cybersecurity, and a peek into his crystal ball—John Vaughan, vice president of strategic markets at Summit Interconnect, sits down with Nolan Johnson to talk about it all. Business is good, by the way, thanks to Summit’s portfolio of military contracts, and he has sound advice to offer for smaller shops in the United States, and their real ability to make a difference in PCB fabrication.
Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
Sarah Czaplewski-Campbell, a materials/product development engineer at IBM, shares her experiences as a young professional who has benefited from the guidance of seasoned mentors alongside her own unflagging drive to expand her industry knowledge. She offers poignant advice for prospective professionals, urging them to assertively seek out advice and experiences that will help them progress in their careers.