Focused on critical, practical and social issues facing the electronics manufacturing industry, online seminars from IPC are based on technical papers from the association’s Apex Expo 2011.

Focused on critical, practical and social issues facing the electronics manufacturing industry, online seminars from IPC, Bannockburn, Ill., are based on award-winning technical papers from the association’s Apex Expo 2011. The one-hour webinars will run from 10 to 11 a.m. CDT. The lineup includes:
  • "Conflict Metals: How This Issue Will Affect Your Business" by Tony Hilvers and Fern Abrams, IPC; July 11.

  • "A New Method Measuring Conformal Coating Adhesion" by Chris Hunt, Ph. D., National Physical Laboratory (NPL); July 13.

  • "Cleaning Highly Dense Circuit Assemblies and Advanced Packages" by Mike Bixenman, DBA, Kyzen Corp.; July 19.

  • "Printed Electronic (PE) Circuit Process for LED Interconnection" by Mike Dubois, Caledon Controls; July 20.

  • "A New Approach for Early Detection of PCB Cratering Failures" by Anurag Bansal, Ph.D., Cisco Systems; July 27.

  • "DFM - Design for Manufacturing" by Cheryl Tulkoff, DfR Solutions; August 3.

  • "ITAR Compliance Basics and Cyber Security for Level 3 Manufacturers" by Bob Richardson and John Burton, TeamITAR; August 9.

  • "Effects of Flux Residues on Reliability" Eric Bastow, Indium Corp.; August 10.
  The registration fee for each webinar is $75 per login for IPC members and $100 per login for nonmembers. An organization can stretch its staff development budget by training multiple employees in a conference room equipped with a speakerphone and projector. For information and to register, visit www.ipc.org/summer-webinars.

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