SMT007 Magazine


Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 111 of 115

112 SMT Magazine • January 2017 1 Millennials in Manufacturing: Cathy Cox – Multiple Approches to Solving Problems Next in our Millennials series is Cathy Cox, a process engineer at Lectron- ics, who is in charge of all the first- time build customers, where she manages the entire assembly pro- cess figuring out the perfect assem- bly plan for each product, and the best schedule to deliver each customer the best product. Find out what she has to say about the challenges of the job. 2 Millennials in Manufacturing: Mike Scaparrotti – A Different, yet Rewarding Career Path Our next millennial to be featured is Mike Scaparrotti, a purchasing agent at Lectronics. As a millenni- al, Mike said that majority of the younger generation do not want to be micromanaged. For him, having a valued opinion and being able to influ- ence change when needed are what motivates him in his job. 3 An EMS with a Nimble Global Footprint Makes a Big Splash at electronica At the recent electronica trade show in Munich, Alwyn Rea, di- rector of business development for non-automotive products at ALL CIRCUITS, a French-based EMS company, speaks with I- Connect007's Judy Warner about his company, their capabilities, and what makes them different from their competitors. 4 SMTA Tech Expo Panel Session: It Takes a Village to Discuss Proper Cleaning Solutions An expert in cleaning processes, Barbara Kanegs- berg is known as "The Cleaning Lady." She mod- erated the technical session "Ask the Experts: Meeting the Challenges of Effective Cleaning, De- fluxing in Southern California." Here Barbara dis- cusses the myriad of challenges regarding clean- ing PCBs (particularly in heavily regulated Califor- nia) and what transpired during the open forum technical session. TOP TEN Recent Highlights from SMT007

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of SMT007 Magazine - SMT-Jan2017