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JUNE 2021 I PCB007 MAGAZINE 75 8 Testing Todd: Keeping the Tools Sharp E Quality is not just an action; it is a way of life. We can say we are quality conscious but as the days pass the discipline can fade. e tools become worn, dull and, fi- nally, discarded. So, we must revisit the tool shed periodically to make sure our tools are razor sharp and at the ready. 9 Operational Excellence from a Design Services Manager E Jesse Vaughan discusses the key aspects of continuous im- provement he sees in his role as manager of design services at ACDi, and the importance of carving out communication channels—both internally and externally to help build operational excellence. J TTM Announces Retirement of Board Member, Appointment of New Chairman E TTM Technologies, Inc., a leading global printed cir- cuit board and radio frequen- cy components and assemblies manufacturer, announced that Robert E. Klatell has retired from his position as chairman of the board and board member of TTM in ac- cordance with TTM's Corporate Governance Policy that proscribes a mandatory retirement for directors at the age of 75. 5 Newly Appointed IPC APEX EXPO Technical Program Committee Calls for IPC APEX EXPO 2022 Participation E e newly appointed IPC APEX EXPO Tech- nical Program Committee is inviting engineers, researchers, academics, technical experts, and industry leaders to submit technical confer- ence abstracts for IPC APEX EXPO 2022 to be held at the San Diego Convention Center. 6 Lenthor Engineering Adds ESI's GEODE CO2 Microvia Drilling System E Lenthor Engineer ing , Inc., a California-based designer, manufactur- er and assembler of flex and rigid-flex printed circuit boards, has purchased ESI's Geode CO2 microvia drilling system, including the option- al automated loading and unloading stations. 7 IPC: Driving Our Industry for 64 Years E ere are many IPC com- mittees, most of them fo- cused on standards. Many IPC members take part in the committees—aer all, electronic design and manufacturing standards is one of the key reasons IPC was founded. e results of the committees' efforts represent a sig- nificant part of the value the IPC has contribut- ed to the industry since it was founded in 1957. For the Latest PCB News and Information, Visit: PCB007.com Robert E. Klatell Todd Kolmodin Jesse Vaughan

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