Northfield, Minnesota (PRWEB) September 28, 2011
All Flex Applications Engineer Clark Webster was honored for his Committee Leadership at the IPC Midwest Conference and Exhibition in the Chicago area last week. Webster has served on the IPC Flexible Circuit Materials Committee for over 20 years.
IPC is a nonprofit, international trade association for electronics manufacturers and companies around the world that build and design printed circuit boards and assemblies. IPC connects electronics industries through their networking and technical exchanges in the printed circuit world.
“It always feels good to be honored by IPC in recognition of our volunteer committee work in establishing IPC specifications. Our work is not only important to All Flex, but definitely helps in learning even more about the flexible circuits industry. Networking and being able to get support from fellow members around the country with technical issues has been a significant advantage.”
Webster has an active history with IPC, for over 30 years he has been active on numerous committees and has earned many awards including the IPC President’s Award in 1999.
Eric Matuska, All Flex Quality and Engineering Manager, is a more recent IPC member and his active role during the last several years has earned him a Distinguished Committee Service Award for his outstanding contributions to the Flexible Circuit Materials Committee.
About All Flex
All Flex is a privately held company specializing in quick-turn and low to medium volume production runs of flexible pcb and flexible heaters. For over 20 years All Flex has been producing flexible circuits and providing component assembly for the medical, military, aerospace, automotive, instrumentation, and various industrial markets. All Flex manufacturing headquarters are in Northfield, Minnesota with a second facility in Bloomington, MN.