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134 I-CONNECT007 I REAL TIME WITH... IPC APEX EXPO 2022 SHOW & TELL MAGAZINE J standard, the WHMA, the WHMA standard, and the A-620. Matties: You have a wide array of offerings in education. How does a fabricator or a manu- facturer learn and understand the offerings and how to sort through those to find what's best for them? Lynn: ere's a lot of information online, of course. But Mike Hoyt, our learning advisor with the education team, is talking to people every day about how they can use these prod- ucts, what some of the better tools are that we have, really understanding what the customer is trying to accomplish, and then be able to say, "ese are the tools that we think can add value for you." Matties: You're really just communicating with them, understanding what their needs are and then presenting a customized package, if you will, to suit those needs? Lynn: Absolutely. Matties: ank you very much. Lynn: anks for the talk. S&T Presenter: Jaim Nulman, CTO and EVP, Nano Dimension What is the most interesting question that your IPC APEX EXPO presentation answers? How can AME (additively manufactured electronics) help advance the electronics industry? What is your answer to that question, and why? AME is a 100% digital and additive process, with multi-material and multi-layer capabilities that enable the design and manufacturing of electronic circuits and devices with structures that are very difficult, expensive, and almost impossible with any other technology. With AME, the limit is only the creativity of the designer and the capabilities of the fabrication equipment. These will increase the potential to improve packing density for electronic components and the speed to production, not only for logic devices, but also for RF, and enabling the continued progress according to Moore's Law. What is the most important piece of advice that you have for your audience? This is a new and very different manufacturing technology for elec- tronic circuits and devices, so it is important to start working with it early in order to understand it, try out new design approaches and start taking advan- tage of its capabilities. IPC APEX EXPO: Conference Speakers Speak Out Advances in Multi-level and Multi-material Additively Manufactured Electronic (AME) Circuits and Devices

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