Chris Young, Young Engineering Services
Lighthearted (sometimes humorous) and informative view on the aerospace and defense industry.
Travis Kelly, PCBAA
This column will cover the support and growth of U.S. domestic printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturers and suppliers as they contribute to national security.
Kim O'Neil, Prototron Circuits
Kim discusses the daily challenges of running an American PCB fabricaton facility.
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Dennis Fritz, Fritz Consulting
Dennis covers military and defense industry topics and applications.
IPC Education Foundation, IPC
IPC Education Foundation updates on programs and activities.
Marc Ladle, Viking Test Ltd.
Marc’s columns deal with various aspects of PCB production, focusing especially on troubleshooting production problems.
Latest Column: Ladle on Manufacturing: LED UV Cure—Does It Really Work?
Doug Sober, Essex Technologies Group
Doug writes about the problems of & concerns with PCB laminate materials and their specifications.
John Mitchell, IPC
John will cover issues affecting the entire global electronics industry supply chain.
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Anaya Vardya, American Standard Circuits
This column strives to make all facets of printed circuit board technology clear and easy to understand.
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Mehul Davé, Entelechy Global and Linkage Technologies
Mehul's column explores benefits for outsourcing CAM engineering.
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Chris Mitchell, IPC
In this column, IPC VP of Global Government Affairs Chris Mitchell and his team provide news and views on government policies that affect the electronics industry and its supply chain.
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Bill Cardoso, Creative Electron
Dr. Cardoso will cover everything related to X-rays from cool historical facts to the latest in technological advancements.
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