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Win your High Temperature Electronics Manual with SMTA

Jun 19, 2014

Win a copy of Extreme Environment Electronics

Win a copy of Extreme Environment Electronics

This year SMTA are running a free webinar “Power & High Temperature Manufacturing” and special exhibition feature for engineers to learn all about the high temperature electronics. The opportunity to win a copy of this new book is part of our pre show activity. To learn more about the webinar and book your place got to

SMTA International 2014 will be hosting the first feature area dedicated to Power Electronics and High Temperature. "SMTA International is a perfect pairing for this Experience because of the focused symposium dealing with Harsh Environments. For many engineers, this will be their first chance to find out about next generation materials, processes, reliability and all the equipment that makes it possible," explained Bob Willis, SMTA Feature Organizer.

For your chance to be part of the “Power & High Temperature Manufacturing” Experience go to

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