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HKPCA & IPC Show Returns in DecemberOctober 29, 2015 | HKPCA
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The International Printed Circuit & APEX South China Fair (HKPCA & IPC Show), one of the world's biggest PCB and electronics assembly trade shows, returns this December on a bigger scale.
To be held from December 2–4, 2015, at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center in China, the 2015 HKPCA & IPC Show will cover Halls 1, 2 and 4 to house more than 2,500 booths and over 500 exhibitors.
With the theme “Global Event. Global Vision,” HKPCA & IPC Show 2015 will feature, among others, a "Smart Automation Pavilion," which will be launched in line with the developments of Industry 4.0. This will provide attendees and delegates an opportunity to leverage on automated equipment to improve their production efficiency and create a truly intelligent production facility.
A three-day International Conference will feature global experts and luminaries to discuss a series of the hottest topics in the industry right now, such as environmental protection and energy conservation, and intelligent automation, as well as future market trends.
Other popular events such as the Technical Forum and the Hand Soldering Competition will continue to provide delegates plenty of educational and networking opportunities.
About 200 kilometers (125 miles) north of Mexico City lies Queretaro, an area rich in history, with stone streets and public squares, and which twice has been the country’s capital. But it’s also quickly becoming a global capital of electronics manufacturing, especially aeronautics, and was the location for the first IPC Day Mexico this past June.
This week’s news items taught me a few things I didn’t know. For instance, there’s news about the new equipment for THT work, governmental support for advanced packaging technologies, an upcoming webinar from iNEMI on counterfeits, an interview with U.S. Rep. Blake Moore, one of the sponsors of the bipartisan Protecting Circuit Boards and Substrates Act, and columnist Tim Haag, using Star Trek to illustrate why simplicity is, ahem, paramount.
VPT, Inc., a HEICO company, VPT, Inc., a trusted provider of power conversion solutions for aerospace and defense, proudly announces its latest achievement of obtaining SAE AS9100 Revision D certification. SAE AS9100 Revision D enhances VPT's existing suite of certifications, including MIL-PRF-38534, MIL-STD-883, J-STD-001 (Space), IPC-A-610, and IPC-A-600, further cementing our commitment to excellence in quality and reliability.
Test Research, Inc. (TRI), the industry's leading provider of Test and Inspection systems for the electronics manufacturing industry, is pleased to announce the expansion of its Malaysian office, which opened in 2010.
November’s issue of Design007 Magazine had an excellent theme that evolved around design simplification. There were exceptionally good articles about how to reduce over-constrained or needlessly complex designs. One significant time-consuming category is the creation of many design files and drawings which lead to lengthy creation and interpretation time along with the considerable time to resolve conflicting or erroneous information.