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88 The PCB Magazine • March 2016 1 Happy's Essential Skills: The Need for Total Quality Control (Six Sigma and Statistical Tools), Part 2 The statistical representa- tion of six sigma describes quantitatively how a process is performing. To achieve six sigma, a process must not produce more than 3.4 defects per million opportu- nities. A six sigma defect is defined as anything outside of customer specifications. 2 What a Long, Strange Trip it's Been—and It's a Long Way from Being Over harvey Miller has been in the PCB industry for more than 40 years, and he's probably seen it all. I recently sat down with har- vey at a wine bar in Palo Alto to learn more about his history in the industry and where he sees it going forward. harvey arrived wearing jogging shorts and running shoes. no surprise after what his doctor recently shared with him. 3 Graphic PLC Receives Training Awards The awards recognise ex- ceptional training and development in organ- isations across the south West; celebrating com- panies that develop their staff through training and have as a result seen ex- ceptional business success. 4 TTM Technologies Reports Sales Growth in Q4 and FY 2015 "our solid fourth quarter execution combined with sea- sonal growth in the cellular phone end market and robust demand in the au- tomotive and aero- space and defense end markets drove our sequential increases in gross margin, operat- ing profit and strong free cash flow generation," said Tom Edman, CEo of TTM. Top Ten Recent Highlights from PCB007

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