IPC Designers Council Cascade Chapter Meeting Sept. 26


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The IPC Designers Council Cascade (Seattle) Chapter is holding a Lunch ‘n’ Learn session on Wednesday, September 26.

Speaker Dock Brown, CRE, co-chair of the IPC DFX Committee, will present "Achieving Cleanliness for High Reliability Boards." This presentation provides a longitudinal view of board cleanliness issues. These problems are not new and in fact have plagued the industry for decades. Given increased needs for signal fidelity, tighter spacings, more active flux formulations, and a proliferating supply chain, this means process residues must be fully removed or, if left in place, rendered benign. Join Dock for a perspective of the past, present, and future of these issues.

Dock brings his more than 30 years of electronics reliability experience to clients of DfR Solutions. He won the best paper award at the 2018 Pan Pacific Microelectronics conference and is currently co-chair of the IPC DFX Committee.

The cost for this event is $20 and includes lunch. Reservations are required. 

Location
Lake Washington Institute of Technology - Kirkland Campus 

Time
11:30 am-1:30 pm

To register, visit http://cascade-ipcdc.org

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