Gardien: Selling Test Equipment and Services


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During IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego, California, the I-Connect007 Editorial Team met with some of the industry's top executives, managers, and engineers in our Real Time with... IPC booth.

In this interview, technology editor Pete Starkey speaks with Jason Posey, director of sales and service with Gardien. They discuss Gardien's range of flying probe testing and the introduction of AVI into the North American market. As Jason explains, their AVI equipment “never gets tired.” Gardien also uses its test equipment to provide testing services for much of the world’s PCBs.

IPC APEX EXPO is the largest PCB industry event in North America. The next IPC APEX EXPO will be held January 26-28, 2021, at the San Diego Convention Center.

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