SMTA International Conference and Exhibition

SMTA International 2017

Conference: September 17-21, 2017
Exhibition: September 19-20, 2017
Donald Stephens Convention Center
Rosemont, IL

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Technical Program Finalized and Registration Now Open!

If you want to get the latest research to help you reduce defects and control your processes, look no further than the SMTA International Technical Conference. Choose from four days of session tracks including Advanced Packaging Technology; Flux, Solder, Adhesives; Inspection Technologies; Manufacturing Excellence; and Substrates/PCB Technology, as well as the Harsh Environments Symposium, Technical Innovations Symposium, and the Lead-Free Soldering Technology Symposium. Microsoft Corporation's Rune Jensen will keynote Tuesday morning with his presentation "Experiencing Mixed Reality - using the Microsoft HoloLens." Twenty half-day educational workshops are offered Sunday and Monday from expert instructors on topics including Fan-Out Wafer-Level Packaging and 3D Packaging, DfX, Cleaning, Ball Grid Array (BGA) issues, Flex Circuits, Reliability, Inspection, Temperature Profiling, Reflow Soldering, Stencil Printing, Surface Finishes, Process Troubleshooting and more.

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See More Equipment and Technology

Learn about the latest equipment and technology from over 170 exhibiting companies. Bring your boards so you can see first-hand how you can increase yield!

Grow Your Network

Register to attend SMTA International to build your personal and professional network. SMTA International attracts reliability experts, process engineers, executives, project managers, designers, and technologists who are shaping the future of the electronics assembly industry.

IPC Fall Standards Development Committee Meetings

IPC Fall Committee Standards Development Meetings We are excited to welcome back IPC's Fall Standards Development Committee Meetings which will be co-located with SMTA International. This landmark collaborative effort by both associations is proving a major benefit to the electronics manufacturing industry as a whole.

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