Center for Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly at RIT Launches Electronics Manufacturer Survey
The Center for Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly is launching an Electronics Manufacturer Survey to gain more insight into the industry in Greater Rochester.
This anonymous 3-minute survey is intended to identify regional companies that perform electronics manufacturing. Specifically reflow soldering in either surface mount or through hole technologies. Please click here to access and complete the survey.
This survey is being provided through a collaboration of RIT's CEMA lab and the Empire SMTA Chapter. Also, please feel free to share this survey with any other companies or friends you have in the industry.
Please consider providing your e-mail address on the survey if you would like to receive information on the survey results and to learn more about the Empire SMTA.
About The Center for Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly
The Center for Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly provides unemployed and underemployed U.S. military veterans and displaced workers hands-on training. In partnership with RIT, Rochester Works!, and the Veterans Outreach Center, CEMA provides hands-on training in through hole and surface mount electronics assembly, soldering, and acceptability criteria of electronic assemblies.