RTW IPC APEX EXPO 2019: Uyemura Discusses Heavy Gold Deposition


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Richard DePoto, business development manager at Uyemura, brings Pete Starkey up to speed on the success of the heavy gold deposition process they discussed last year.  Learn how it has been seamlessly integrated into standard ENEPIG lines to give a choice of finishes, and how advances in electroless palladium have enabled the elimination of electroless nickel for high-speed signal integrity.

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