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Jeff Forbus

Jeff Forbus
Jeff has been involved in the PCB industry for over 30 years. He started in sales with Circuitronics, a manufacturer of PCBs back in the early 90s. He then became President of Circuitronics in 2001. Jeff was also involved with the acquisitions of Network Circuits in 2009 and W-Tek in 2010 allowing him to reorganize these circuit board shops into NetVia Group in 2010. Over the last decade, and under Jeff’s leadership, he made substantial investments in capital equipment and personnel to position the organization to become a leader in time-critical, high reliability, and complex rigid, flex and rigid-flex circuit board solutions for various military and defense applications before NetVia was acquired by Epec in 2020.

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IPC Class III vs. MIL Spec for Printed Circuit Boards

Written by Jeff Forbus
Posted on April 20, 2021 at 9:40 AM

When manufacturing printed circuit boards (PCBs), the boards will be classified into specific groups based on the level of quality. Any circuit board developed for IPC Class III has met the strictest requirements levels based on tight minimum tolerances and very high precision standards for mission-critical PCBs that can be used in industries such as aerospace, military, and medical applications. Reaching these specific standards ensures that the PCB will endure a long lifecycle, can withstand up to harsh environments, and will perform at an exceptional level without failure.

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