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June 2015 • SMT Magazine 73 5 jabil Opens Innovation Center Strategically located in the Silicon Valley, the 100,000-square-foot Blue Sky center features Jabil's intelligent digital supply chain toolset called Jabil incontrol, factory-of-the-future technologies, state- of-the-art ioT and rapid prototyping labs, as well as access to advanced capabilities for increasing cus- tomer collaboration and product innovation. 6 Solder jet Printing: Is It the Right Time? publisher barry Matties gets an update from nico coenen, sales director for Mycronic, on their sol- der jet printing system. Mycronic has been devel- oping and pioneering this technology for 10 years and they believe now is the time for it to gain real traction. one thing is certain; solder jet printing certainly has advanced and could make a big dif- ference in process and quality. 7 electronics Industry Leaders urge Full Funding of nnMI Top executives from leading electronics companies across the united States are calling on congress to provide robust funding for the new national network for Manufacturing innovation (nnMi), as they gather in Washington, D.c. for iMPAcT 2015: iPc on capitol hill. 8 SjIT, Solder joint Integrity Test, To Find Latent Defects in Printed Wiring Board Assembly capacitance method and ieee 1149.1 or bound- ary scan method are often used to find opens between component leads and pads on a print- ed wiring board. These methods, however, can find complete opens or complete shorts only. There is a method to find such latent defects by using 4-wire small resistance measurement technique. 9 IPC Posts Committee Reports from IPC APeX eXPO 2015 These standards committee reports from ipc ApeX eXpo 2015 have been compiled to help keep you up to date on ipc standards committee activities. This is the first in a series of reports. J Celestica's Q1 Results Meet Guidance "celestica delivered revenue and adjusted earn- ings per share in line with our guidance," said craig Muhlhauser, celestica's president and ceo. "Despite a challenging demand environment, we also delivered year-over-year improvement in free cash flow, driven by our continued strong operational performance throughout our global network." June 2015 • SMT Magazine 73 SMT007.com for the latest SMT news and information— anywhere, anytime.

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