August 2022 Issue of SMT007 Magazine Available Now


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After two years in survival mode, it’s time for electronics manufacturers to go on the offensive. Customer demand is strong. IPC’s monthly reports suggest that there continue to be more orders than manufacturing capability, further exacerbated by the ongoing high demand for component parts.

Legislation is moving through the U.S. and European governing bodies to help fund accelerated investment in electronics manufacturing in these two regions. These capacity, capability and availability challenges are key points of organization pain for us. What are the sources of relief? Find out in the August issue of SMT007 Magazine.

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