The PCB Assembly DR 2008 seminar is scheduled for July 23 & 24 at the Quality Hotel in Santo Domingo.
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In order to participate you need to be registered. For those who have not signed in yet you can go to the link below "Register Here" and register. This seminar is free-of-charge to the Electronics Manufacturing Industry in the Dominican Republic.
* Presentations will be given in English
� Air-Vac Engineering - Ron Wachter
� Avnet - Dave Lentz
� Cyberoptics - Chris Rockwell
� Dage - Kimbela Randle
� Fairchild Semiconductor - Alex Craig
� Henkel Technologies - Dr. Neil Poole
� Saturn Electronics - Yash Sutariya
� Speedline Technologies - Greg Hueste
Spaces are limited, so register early!
For updated seminar information go to PCB Assembly DR 2008, or contact us at 787-767-6706 x10
Lead Free Cost Reduction
About the Seminar
The purpose of the presentation is to educate the electronic products community (purchasing, engineering, and operations) on the latest product information. Not only will the PCB Fabricator demonstrate--via lab and practical testing--how to reduce cost, but also (and more importantly), how to ensure higher levels of quality and reliability pertaining to Lead Free bare printed circuit boards.
These necessary implementations are two-fold and Saturn has worked in conjunction with their respective suppliers at each-and-every isolated step of the controlled process.
About the Speaker
Yash Sutariya received his BBA from the University of Michigan School of Business Administration. After graduation he worked in Valuation and Bankruptcy/Turnaround Consulting.
He is currently a member of Saturn Electronics Corporation�s senior management team. Since joining this team, Saturn has successfully navigated from a low-mix, high volume, automotive supplier to a high-mix, medium-to-high volume diversified supplier. As a result of the company�s transformation, manufacturing capabilities now range from quick-turn prototypes to scheduled volume production while attending a broad cross-section of industries to include: industrial controls, telecommunications, aerospace, and power supply industries.