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76 SMT Magazine • October 2014 a sparton's new Design center Offers tech advancements The innovation within the facility not only allows the company to continue to grow its skilled staff, but also its abilities to cater to more customers' needs. "The medical device world is constant- ly changing and this location enables us to stay ahead of the rapidly shifting technology," said president and CEO Cary wood. b iPc updates electronics assembly standards The documents have been updated to include technical advances in solder on plastic SMT components, new criteria for p-style and solder- charged Butt/i SMT terminations, a change to void criteria for BgAs, and enhancements to the language within the documents to provide ease of use and clarity. c Libra industries acquires Focus manufacturing under the agreement, Libra industries will ben- efit from Focus Manufacturing's metal fabrication capabilities, while Focus Manufacturing will con- tinue operations under its own name. The com- panies will partner to provide world-class custom EMS and metal fabrication services. Combined, the organizations bring 54 years of experience in their respective industries. d iec reports revenue Drop in Q3 "Our revenue for the quarter was lower than the same period last year. Overall, we've continued to have success adding new customers and adding new programs for existing customers, the major- ity of which we anticipate will be accretive to the company and will provide long-term value," says w. Barry gilbert, chairman of the Board and CEO. Top Ten news highlights from smtonline this month 76 SMT Magazine • October 2014

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