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IPC COMMUNITY 32 SUMMER 2023 Energized. Engaged. Exhausted. These are just a few of the words that come to mind when looking back on IPC Summer- Com 2023 in May. We did a lot of work, had a little fun, and recognized the hard work and hours that go into standards development. With seven days of standards development meetings—co-located with the Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo (EWPTE), a trade show for the electrical wire harness, wire and cable processing industries—there was, once again, confirmation that even with the ease of teleconferencing, bringing technical experts together in person is an opportunity for groups to immerse themselves in develop- ment with minimal distractions. Getting the Job Done More than 90 task groups, A-Teams, train- ing committees, and special project teams met during SummerCom in Milwaukee, Wis- consin. Discussions covered a broad range of topics that included reviewing cutting-edge technologies, resolving comments submitted by industry, and discussing current and future projects. Both long-time committee members and attendees new to standards development SummC 2023 By Teresa Rowe, IPC Senior Director, Assembly and Standards Technology IPC EVENTS

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