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April 2018 Issue of Design007 Magazine Available NowApril 16, 2018 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
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The April issue of Design007 Magazine drives headlong into the ever-changing world of automotive electronics, autonomous and electric vehicles, and what all of this means to PCB designers and design engineers.
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On the cusp of another IPC APEX EXPO, we focus on how bare board fabricators can maximize their time and investment at the show. We visited with Matt Kelly, IPC chief technologist, and Julia Gumminger, IPC professional development and events manager, as well as Udo Welzel and Stanton Rak, the chairs of the technical program committee, to discuss the technical depth and breadth that the 2024 show will bring to fabricators and professionals all along the supply chain.
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