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To Smart Phones… and Beyond Why Electronics Assembly is Vital in New Product Design

Start date/time :  18:00 25th April 2017
End date/time :  20:00 25th April 2017
Venue :  The Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol BS2 0NW
Organiser name :  Andy Longford
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Organiser tel :  0131 202 9004

The widespread demand for mobile devices has revolutionised micro-electronics assembly techniques. Join us at the IMAPS-UK local event in Bristol on Tuesday 25 April from 18:00 to 20:00 to learn about the history, present and future of electronic assembly methods and find out how these techniques can be applied to new product designs.

Have you ever wondered what is involved in the making of a Smart Phone? Join us at this local IMAPS-UK event to learn how modern electronic components are manufactured.

The materials and assembly processes used in the manufacture of both simple and complex electronic components can account for up to 80% of the costs and have a significant bearing on the reliability, performance and size of the end product. The most successful products incorporate assembly and packaging design from the outset, which have been demonstrated through the implementation of advanced electronics packaging in products such as the smart phone.

Update yourself on the latest trends in assembly processes to miniaturise, enhance efficiency and reduce costs.

Come along to learn best practice in industry.

Agenda 6:00p.m. – Welcome and Introduction to IMAPS-UK 6:15p.m. – Electronics Packaging – Current assembly processes and future trends, Piers Tremlett, Microsemi 7:00p.m. – Questions and Answers 7:30p.m. – Networking and Refreshments 8:00p.m. - Close

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