Conformance to military standards is all about using the correct sample specimen and testing the proper quantity. However, military specifications have numerous tests with various sample specimen types that all require different quantities for test or inspection. Mike Hill provides an overview of the key parts of compliance.
If you follow advancements in aerospace technologies and expeditions, then you know the name Burt Rutan. Described by Newsweek as “the man responsible for more innovations in modern aviation than any living engineer,” Rutan is a bold visionary with a passion for the advancement of technology, who has designed 46 aircraft throughout his career. Following his IPC APEX EXPO keynote presentation, Rutan stopped by the I-Connect007 booth and shared his thoughts on a wide variety of topics.
Conformance to military standards is all about using the correct sample specimen and testing the proper quantity. However, military specifications have numerous tests with various sample specimen types that all require different...
The IPC Education Foundation launched the IPC Student Chapter Program in February 2019, with the formal announcement at IPC APEX EXPO. The program aims to connect students in relevant two-year, four-year, and graduate programs to the...
In the electronics manufacturing space, at least, less is more. Michael Ford considers what the true digital twin is really all about—including the components, uses, and benefits—and emphasizes that it is not just an...
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