The IPC develops industry standards through the support and cooperation of companies and volunteers such as Leo Lambert. He was recognized for his contribution in the following areas: for leadership of the 5-20 Assembly and Joining Materials General Committee and guidance to the task groups that developed J-STD-001E, the Space Electronic Hardware Addendum, the Handbook for J-STD-001 and the many test and material support documents and for his support and contribution to IPC-A-610E.
In addition to the support and development of industry standards, Leo was also recognized as the Chairman of the Technical Activities Executive Committee from 2008 to 2010. His service provided leadership for IPC Technical Programs and accomplishments, which contributed materially to the advancement of the electronic interconnection industry.
EPTAC Corporation has been providing training, certification and consulting in the electronics assembly industry for almost 20 years. The firm specializes in the training, consulting and certification of personnel in the electronics assembly industry. EPTAC Corporation is currently the leading provider of certification to commercial standards such as IPC-A-610, J-STD-001, IPC-7711/7721, IPC-A-620 and IPC-A-600.
EPTAC clients range in size from startups to the likes of Raytheon Company, Sanmina-SCI, Texas Instruments, Celestica, Inc. and Harris Corporation.