IPC Validation Services is the pyramid to your success in the electronics manufacturing industry. Start with using IPC Standards in your operations and training your employees to those standards. By using one or all three of the IPC Validation Services programs, you will help your company build electronics better: Technology Solutions for solving specific manufacturing process challenges; Standard Gap Analysis (SGA) to uncover manufacturing process inconsistencies; and reaching the pinnacle of the pyramid with Qualified Manufacturing List (QML) or Qualified Product List (QPL). These Validation Services programs can work independently or work together to help IPC member and non-member companies verify that their manufacturing processes are qualified to IPC Standards. Your company becomes a trusted supplier in the electronics manufacturing industry, building electronics better.

IPC-1791 QML Company Listings

Electronics Industry manufacturers who demonstrated the ability to meet and maintain the requirements of IPC-1791 as trusted design, fabricator or assembly organization and are now recognized by IPC Validation Services Qualified Manufacturing List.


IPC/WHMA-A-620 QML Company Listings

Cable and wire harness assembly manufacturers who have been audited and qualified their manufacturing processes to meet the IPC/WHMA-A-620 industry standard.


IPC J-STD-001/A-610 QML Company Listings

EMS and OEM companies who have had their manufacturing assembly processes audited and qualified to IPC J-STD-001/IPC-A-610 standards.


IPC J-STD-001 Space/Military Addendum QML Company Listings

IPC Validation Services qualified EMS and OEM manufacturers meeting the requirements of IPC J-STD-001 Space/Military Addendum in their manufacturing processes.


IPC-4101 QPL Company Listings

QPL (Qualified Products List) is used to qualify EMS suppliers’ products (including printed circuit boards) and the manufacturing sites, who meet the requirements of IPC-4101, Specification for Base Materials for Rigid Multilayer Printed Boards


IPC-4103 QPL Company Listings

QPL (Qualified Products List) is used to qualify EMS suppliers’ products (including printed circuit boards) and the manufacturing sites, who meet the requirements of IPC-4103, Specification for Base Materials for High Speed/High Frequency Applications


IPC-CFX QPL Company Listings

Equipment suppliers who have implemented IPC-CFX on their equipment, verified by a third party, providing confidence that they are meeting the needs of the electronics manufacturing industry for machine-to-machine communication

IPC Validation Services - QML/QPL Testing Labs

IPC Validation QML/QPL quality testing labs are used for the testing of materials used in the manufacture of printed boards as noted in the IPC standards.

IPC Technology Solutions

IPC Technology Solutions is a program that helps Electronics Manufacturing Service providers and suppliers tackle increasingly complex operations and manufacturing challenges head-on—with a focus on resolving specific process problems.

IPC Standards Gap Analysis

Identifying gaps between current manufacturing processes and IPC Standards helping to improve operational efficiencies.

IPC QPL/QML Explained

IPC Validation Services QPL/QML Explained. With the value-add benefits you as a company want to know

IPC Validation Services - Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about the IPC Validation Services QPL/QML programs? We have the answers to the most common questions.

John Deere Electronic Solutions is part of Intelligent Solutions Group of John Deere where we design, develop & manufacture electronic components for John Deere equipment and other OEM customers. Quality is one of the four core values of John Deere and customer is at the focus when we talk about quality. Having been qualified by IPC to J-STD-001/IPC-A-610 Class 3 QML program, gives me great confidence that we are meeting or exceeding the standards we uphold ourselves to and that we will supply our customers with products that they can rely on for their long-term intended end use.
Kamal Verma, Factory Engineering Manager, John Deere Electronic Solutions