Spring Issue of IPC Community Now Available for Download

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Welcome to the Spring issue of IPC Community! This quarterly publication was created with you in mind! In this issue, you’ll find articles, interviews, columns, graphics, surveys, IPC member benefits, and so much more.

Each issue is designed to celebrate the success between IPC and its members and how this relationship benefits the entire electronics manufacturing industry.  

What’s inside? Here are just a few of the features in this edition:

  • Industry intelligence from Shawn DuBravac regarding the impact of shipping costs this year on electronics manufacturers
  • What it means to validate to IPC-1791 and become a Trusted Supplier for the DoD
  • How a seasoned industry insider teamed up with a newcomer to shake up the standards committees
  • Mexico is on the move and IPC is making inroads with important aerospace and automotive clusters
  • How IPC is evaluating sustainability efforts within the industry, as well as the impact of PFAS chemicals and expectations for manufacturers

Download your copy today!


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I-Connect007 Editor’s Choice: Five Must-Reads for the Week

05/19/2023 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
This week, our must-reads include reporting on the new PCB support legislation, now submitted to the U.S. House of Representatives; financial results from two Tier 1 manufacturers, which readers read quite thoroughly; ESG in Asia Pacific; new features from Altium; global sourcing; and a “How I got here” interview with an up and coming industry expert.

I-Connect007 Editor’s Choice: Five Must-Reads for the Week

04/21/2023 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
SpaceX is back in the news and in a big, powerful, let’s-blow-up-a-rocket-because-we-can kind of way. The company had scheduled a test launch on Monday, April 17 for the SpaceX Starship, only to scrub that launch until this past Thursday. Well, the results from the launch were less than desirable—or were they? While Starship ultimately exploded just prior to stage separation, simply clearing the launchpad was considered a major milestone by SpaceX.

IPC Honors Committee Volunteers

04/17/2023 | Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
This year, IPC introduced two awards as a way to show appreciation for its standards development volunteers and leaders. The Hillman-Lambert Award for Volunteer of the Year was awarded to Michael Ford of Aegis Software and Christina Rutherford of Honeywell Aerospace. The Goldman-Kessler Award for Committee Leader of the Year went to Bob Cooke of NASA’s Johnson Space Center.

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