RBP Webcast Tackles Printed Wiring Board Defect Troubleshooting


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RBP Chemical Technology will be holding a webcast on troubleshooting printed wiring board defects on Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at 11:00 am (CST).

Led by Mike Carano, RBP Vice President Technology and Business Development, this webcast series explores the most intricate factors of advanced problem solving of printed circuit board defects and how the interrelationship of both up and downstream processes contribute to scrap product.

Topics to be discussed include: panel versus pattern plating, imaging and developing defects, electroplating of copper, and proper process maintenance.

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