Sponsors Are Needed For The 1st Annual Golf Event!
As Tournament Sponsor, your Company would be:
Provided with an outstanding and unmatched opportunity to meet and play with dozens of highly regarded corporate decision makers from the tech-manufacturing sector, in a casually elegant setting.
Provided with four (4) Ambassador Passes for the Golf Tournament, with pre-registration matching of your Ambassadors with selected business prospects during the golf tournament itself, and post-tournament festivities.
Provided with four (4) Ambassador Passes for the Lobster Dinner, with pre-registration matching of your Ambassadors with selected business prospects for the post-tournament ceremonies and buffet.
Included (with corporate logo) in all print advertising, including the Interface Tech News ad campaign of 3 full page, 4-color ads promoting the Golf Tournament to 35,000 tech-oriented readers in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts.
Included (with corporate logo) in all on-line marketing, including personalized e-mailed invitations to SMTnet.com���s database of some 5,000 tech-manufacturing decision makers throughout New England and the world.
Identified in all press releases and any radio ads.
Introduced and thanked at the Tech Tournament as a Sponsor.
Provided with an 8���x12��� table (other more suitable accommodations can be arranged) at the Tech Tournament for your Company���s promotional materials, including an area from which to hang your corporate banner.
PLUS (subject to full sponsorship support):
Corporate name and logo on the 4,000 copy glossy premier issue of the Annual Tech Tournament Guide, which we will be producing and broadly distributing to ���decision-makers��� within the tech-manufacturing sector, in advance of the Event.
June 18, 2001 8:00 AM EST to June 22, 2001 5:00 PM EST
In developing it's innovative X-ray systems; Glenbrook Technologies draws on two decades of experience in the science of X-ray luminescent phosphors. Gil holds 20 patents and has published basic research papers in both medical and scientific journals.
As a member of the technical subcommittee IT2-31 of the National Association of Photographic Manufacturers (formerly the American National Standards Institute), Zweig was active in setting US standards for medical X-ray film and intensifying screens. He is also a reviewer for the technology transfer program of the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology.
In 1994, Zweig was named an "Inventor of the Year" by the Inventor's Congress and Hall of Fame at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, for the patented X-ray camera technology he developed for Glenbrook's inspection systems.
Real-Time X-Ray Inspection has become a critical production and laboratory tool when analyzing the integrity of solder bonds of various type components assembled on Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs).
While the most prevalent component type today are BGAs, X-ray inspection is also proving to be useful for a variety of other advanced packages like Flip Chip and CSP. Interpretation of these images or "signatures" can be a complex process, when they are correlated to process control issues.
Glenbrook, has been in the X-ray Inspection business exclusively for over 18 years, and has pioneered the use of X-ray inspection in electronic fabrication.
In past columns, I have emphasized what should be done to make ERP a good investment. It is very common, however, for companies to take a big leap of faith with ERP and supply chain management systems. Unfortunately, more than 90 percent of the companies that have implemented ERP have not had a truly successful implementation the first time around. Despite the recent rash of articles about the limited returns from ERP, however, the ROI potential is...
SMTnet.com's Distributed Content Now Available At SMTA.org
The SMTA has teamed up with SMTnet.com to deliver Forum
content through smta.org. Most popular for their long-standing message
board, SMTnet.com provides a two-way exchange between providers and users of
the products, services, and information related to electronics
manufacturing. The SMTnet.comForum is the most active posting board in the
industry and now available at smta.org using Distributed Content technology.
The Forum on smta.org enables visitors to post and reply to questions and to
get answers directly from one another within the maintained graphic and
navigation layout of smta.org. Discussion topics range from technical
manufacturing processes to purchasing management; including design for
manufacture and contract manufacturing issues, the Forum provides access to
valuable content and an archival database of Forum entries.
SMTnet.com's Distributed Content technology marks a notably progressive
development for smta.org and is a good example of what the future holds for
Internet development in general, explains SMTA director of publications Jesse Katzman. Shared information and functionality can be exchanged
directly between two sites that are driven by similar Web-compatible
databases, and therefore dynamic information is able to be posted from
multiple locations with up-to-the-second timing. The idea is that the wheel
does not need to be recreated, and that a potentially extended audience is
not instead being divided between multiple, separate environments.
Also, the recently launched OnBoard Forum by SMTnet.com, in addition to the
greater Forum content, highlights prominent professionals in electronics
manufacturing to moderate discussions regarding timely issues affecting the
industry. Topics raised during these thought-provoking, live discussions
are reverberated in the Forum during the interview session. To date,
featured moderators have included Charles A. Harper, Author of Electronic
Packaging and Interconnection Handbook; Lee Goldberg, Author of Green
Electronics/Green Bottom Line; Bob Willis, Electronic Presentation Services;
Dr. Ning-Cheng Lee, Indium Corporation of America; Erick Russell,
ViTechnology; Dr. Paul Vianco, Sandia National Laboratories; Robert Abell,
Rovell Enterprises; Jason Spera, Aegis Industrial Software; Bill Schreiber,
Smart Sonic Corporation; and Eyal Duzy, Orbotech.
For more information regarding SMTnet, visit SMTnet.com, SMTnet: 207-780-0887. For more
information regarding developments to smta.org, contact Jesse Katzman, SMTA:
952-920-7682 or email@example.com.
The SMTA membership is a network of professionals who build skills, share
practical experience and develop solutions in electronic assembly
technologies and related business operations.
Visit The New Online Bookstore
Recently SMTnet.com launched the new bookstore. When you visit the bookstore, you will see that not only the format is a lot different, as we tried to make the listings more complete and interesting for you. We also made it possible for you to order items directly through SMTnet.com. You can now buy your books, CD-ROMs, and video's related to Electronics Manufacturing on SMTnet.com.
Coming soon, you will also be able to buy multimedia courses on SMTnet.com and subscibe to (free) industry magazines. Remember, we are here to serve you and make your life easier, by providing you with the most far-ranging and relevant information you can get as an industry professional in our online community.
Publish Your Papers and Promote Your Company
As SMTnet.com prepares for the next issue of the SMT Express, we are looking to our readers for articles and papers to feature. Submissions will be accepted any time for future issues. If you have anything you wish to offer, such as papers you have written, book reviews, anecdotes, commentaries, or anything we haven't thought of, please send it to SMTnet. Also, please read the submission guidelines.
The SMT Express is sent to thousands of electronics manufacturing professionals worldwide each month. This is a great opportunity to promote yourself and/or your company for free. In addition, a complete archive of past issues is available at SMTnet.com, so your work will continue to be read long after the newsletter is released.
SMTnet is the most informative electronics industry resource on the Internet. New content is constantly being added, so we provide you with this content report to keep you informed of our progress since the last issue of this newsletter.
Click to browse the sections below for topics of interest to you.
The SMT Express is a periodical featuring assembly solutions from your peers and vendors. We, at SMTnet.com, have designed this newsletter to bring useful information to the mailboxes of electronics manufacturing professionals.
Contributors Wanted! We would like to encourage industry professionals to submit well-written technical articles covering issues crucial to the Manufacturing industry. Make your name known to thousands of SMT Express readers. Help promote your goods and services, by sharing your ideas. Be known as a mover and leader within this rapidly changing industry.
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