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JULY 2023 I PCB007 MAGAZINE 75 3. "Unveiling the Next Generation in Substrate Technology," by Ron Huemoeller and Sukianto Rusli, IEEE ECTC, January 2008. 4. "Innovative Panel Plating for Heterogeneous Integration" by R. Boulanger, J. Hander, R. Moon, R. Hollman, SMTA International, Minneapolis, Novem- ber 2019. 5. These techniques are illustrated in Happy's Tech Talk #19: "Next-generation Electroplating Sys- tems," PCB007 Magazine, May 2023. 6. This is from a conversation with WUS Vice Pres- ident Joe Dickson, 2022. Happy Holden has worked in printed circuit technol- ogy since 1970 with Hewlett- Packard, NanYa Westwood, Merix, Foxconn, and Gen- tex. He is currently a contrib- uting technical editor with I-Connect007, and the author of Automation and Advanced Procedures in PCB Fabrication, and 24 Essential Skills for Engineers. To read past columns, click here. Figure 8: Illustration of high-speed O/L microstrips in standard subtractive process compared to the embedded micro-strip process with optional dual Cu thicknesses. Trace and spacing down to 75 mm/75 mm/75 mm (2.0/2.0/2.0 mils). (Source: WUS-Taiwan) EHS specialists are responsible for planning, implementing, and enforcing an organization's Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) policies and procedures. Their primary objective is to create a workplace that is safe and healthy for people and the planet. They take own- ership of workplace safety programs and may train staff on proper procedures to avoid accidents or injuries. They often take a lead role in overseeing the organi- zation's Environmental Management Sys- tem, and would also establish the proto- col for how to handle natural disasters that may have an environmental impact. Click here to learn more. Careers in Electronics: Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Engineer

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