The PCB Magazine is Renamed PCB007 Magazine; January 2018 Edition Now Available


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With topic of new equipment, the January 2018 issue of PCB007 Magazine  has published and is now available for download.

First, to bring in the new year, we’ve made a few changes to our magazines. You may have noticed that our name has changed from The PCB Magazine to PCB007 Magazine. Not only did we update our magazine’s name, we refreshed the interior pages of the publication, as well. As an I-Connect007 publication, PCB007 Magazine fits nicely with our other publications, which also carry through with the naming convention starting this month: SMT007 Magazine and Design007 Magazine. We hope you enjoy the fresh new look.

As new equipment gets more sophisticated and costly, determining equipment needs has become far more complicated. Choosing wisely—and correctly anticipating your and the market’s needs—has never been more critical. Our experts are well equipped to give us their professional perspectives on just what to consider when evaluating new equipment. 

Check it all out this month in PCB007 Magazine, now on the virtual newsstand and available for delivery in your e-mailbox each month by subscribing here.

You can also download the pdf version here for future reference.

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