Read up on our experience!
Visit us at Evertiq EXPO in Helsinki!
The shirts are ironed, the banners produced, we are ready to catch up with old friends and meet new ones at
this year Evertiq EXPO Helsinki, April 19th.
The fair takes place at Hilton Helsinki Kalastajatorppa.
Elmatica with Country Manager Finland, Terho Koivisto is present at table nr. 36
We will also share our knowledge with two speeches at the fair. Make sure you catch our Senior Technical Advisor John Steinar Johnsen when he talks about planning a stack up.
14.10 – 14.25
What to think about when planning a PCB Stackup – signal integrity/controlled impedance
John Steinar “Josse” Johnsen – Senior Technical Advisor – Elmatica
There are a lot of parameters that will change in a Designer planned stack up when it arrives at the PCB manufacturer if there has been no communication between them up front. The strengths of PCB manufacturers have traditionally been: PCB material knowledge – lamination – drilling – plating – etching – surface treatment – mechanical finishing.
Another speech worth listening to is Jonas Berg Jonas CEO at NTTY AS. Lots of interesting thought and a glimpse into the future of PCB production.
14.30 – 14.55
The PCB planning, design and manufacturing process: Challenges and future solutions
Jonas Berg Jonas – CEO – NTTY AS
Building on Josse’s presentation, Jonas will address more of the specific issues Elmatica experiences in today’s PCB supply chain. Some are related to the lack of a common language when specifying and clarifying the technical properties. Other represent inefficient processes and the constant need to reduce lead times. The open and non-profit initiative http://circuitdata.org represent one way to a better future. Improvements through digitization and automation will also be discussed and presented.
If you want to take a dive into stack up already? Read Josses corner here, where he talks about this.
Click here for your free registration.
Here you will find the full program.
We look forward to meeting for some great PCB-discussions!