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The Electronics Industry’s Guide to… The Evolving PCB NPI Process is the first book in I-Connect007’s new The Electronics Industry’s Guide to… technical series. This valuable resource is for all segments of the electronics interconnect industry.
Siemens topic experts Mark Laing and Jeremy Schitter offer a timely look at how the slowdown of production and delivery of materials and components in recent years has impacted the NPI process in the global marketplace.
SRXGlobal Engineering Manager Nick Niculita says, “This book is a must-read for everybody who wants to improve the overall design-through-manufacturing NPI phase and, ultimately, do more with less, the Holy Grail of any manufacturer."
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