IPC is thankful to Members & Team  Indian Printed Circuit Association  for Supporting in organizing this webinar

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Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), being the backbone of electronics, are in huge demand in India. PCBs constitute the base of most electronic circuits and enable connecting electronic and electrical components. Used in industrial applications ranging from consumer electronic products, automotive, medical, defense, aerospace, LED, solar, ICT, railways, power, telecommunications, broadcasting, etc. The current demand for PCBs from the Indian electronics manufacturing industry is estimated to be close to USD 2.5 billion and likely to reach IJSD 7.3 billion by the year 2025

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IPC 6012 E Standard establishes and defines the qualification and performance requirements for the fabrication of rigid printed boards. IPC India Regional webinar will highlight one portion of the document – Selection Criteria for Procurement of Rigid Printed Boards.

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IPC PCB standards set guidelines & best practices for electronics manufacturing; building consistent product; Improved communication within the supply chain; cost advantage – minimizes rework repair; ensures reliability for end-user and improved quality enhances export potential. IPC enables reliable, high-quality electronics by developing the trusted standards that drive the global electronics industry’s success. Implemented industry-wide, our standards simply communicate and clarify expectations for everyone within the industry.

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Operators, technicians & professionals involved in supplying/assembly/manufacturing PCB & PCBAs. Students & faculty involved with the electronics courses are encouraged to participate.

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12:30 Noon: Introduction by Mr. Gaurab Majumdar, Executive Director, IPC India

12:35 – 1:35 PM: Presentation on “Manufacturing Rigid Printed Circuit Boards ” by Mr. Ramani Vanavamalai, Certified IPC Trainer.

1:35 – 2:00 PM: Q&A

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Ramani Vanavamalai has 30 years of experience in PCB production and 10 years in PCB equipment and material management. His company KBR (India) Laminates & Technology provides technical support to International companies on technical and quality issues. He has a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and is associated with the Indian Printed Circuit Association (IPCA) as a Member (Technical) and Electronics Sector Skill Council of India (ESSCI). Mr. Ramani is a Certified IPC Trainer (CIT) in IPC/WHMA-A-620C; IPC-A-610 G; IPC-A-600 J; IPC-6012D and conducting IPC training & certification courses since 2013.

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There is no registration charge for Participation.