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We can easily insert company logos or map product meta-properties into 3D PDF. The Ripple Effect Understanding the ripple effects in the electronics supply chain will be key to manage the supply chain crisis and keep your fabrication facility running smoothly. Obaidat Mater. Change of work location: Cycle Time Reduction This month we are paying attention to cycle time and the many ways to reduce it in your process—whatever your process may be. World Standardization Effort:
Vallittu, and Jukka P. Matinlinna Mater. First-principle calculations to investigate electronic and optical properties of MgO monolayer Y. Al-Douri and Mohammed A.
Al Saadi Mater. Microstructure and mechanical properties of 9Cr martensitic heat-resistant steel fabricated by wire and arc additive manufacture technology Chuang Gao, Xizhang Chen, Chuanchu Su, R. Arvind Singh, and S. Jayalakshmi Mater. Ishak, and Uday M.
Basheer Mater. December The Global Connection Our final issue of is a view into various global associations that help our industry function and thrive. By Judy Warner Testing Todd: September Where do we go From Here?
February Can We Meet Rising Demand? October Leadership Everyone has the chance to benefit from the wealth of experiences our contributors—leaders in the industry—are sharing this month, from real-world examples of leadership, to principles that have stood the test of time. Case Study: Sellers Launch Letters: Trade Shows: The PCB World According to Our Columnists This month, our feature columnists are explor-ing their various areas of expertise in the PCB industry by taking a look back, and forward, to where the industry is headed both domestically and globally.
August Printed Electronics What is the story with printed electronics? Features Printed Electronics World Standardization Effort: Photovoltaic and Touch Screen Sectors, by Dr.
January New Equipment As equipment gets more sophisticated and costly, determining equipment needs has become far more complicated. Military and Aerospace Participating in the military and aerospace industries is not for the faint of heart, nor for those lacking persistence or looking for the quick project or sale. Are We Flying Yet? Lean Manufacturing , by Happy Holden. The Data Factor y: July April New Talent in the PCB Industry As the electronics industry works to overcome an impending staffing and skills shortage, it will be the youth who will rise to the challenge, build on the work of the current industry experts, and move technology into a higher orbit.
In this issue, we ride along with some advanced industry research under way by some highly creative engineering students who will directly affect the future of our industry. Features Make Harvard: Vertical Conductive Structures, Part 1: Thermal Management Increasing consumer demands for high-performance and the need for high-reliability in sectors such as automotive, LED lighting, and renewable energy mean that thermal management is now front and center on the priority list for PCB manufacturing.
Speak Out! Cycle Time Reduction This month we are paying attention to cycle time and the many ways to reduce it in your process—whatever your process may be. June Smart Factories The acceptance of smart factories is a global movement across multiple industries. Lechleiter and Y.
May Selling Strategies With Focus Things are changing in our industry, so is it any surprise that how you sell your services is changing too? Fine Features Fine features are the topic this month, and our industry experts are on hand to discuss issues ranging from landless vias to laser direct imaging and high throw electroless copper for very small holes and blind vias.
Features Against the Density Wall: The War on Process Failure This month, we take on failure, and a few industry experts are on hand to back us up! Supply Chain: The Ripple Effect Understanding the ripple effects in the electronics supply chain will be key to manage the supply chain crisis and keep your fabrication facility running smoothly.
Features Stephanie Martin: The Fourth Pillar of Defense Acquisition: Cybersecurity by John Vaughan Articles Interview: Moving in Microvias, Part 3 by Mike Carano.
Myths about Millennials: Strategies to Reduce Handling Errors Handling and people-related mistakes and defects are always a concern in manufacturing. Should You Automate? Electronic Packaging Levels , by Karl H. Overused, Underused or Just Misunderstood?
Evolutionary or Revolutionary Products? Real Time with A Great Slogan for Us All! Schrauben, C. Tribe, C. Process Engineering and Troubleshooting Process engineers and PE types are the worker bees of the industry. Features Process Engineering: Flexible, Stretchable Interconnect , by Joan K. Yoshioka, T. Sawada and T. Abe, Panasonic Corp.
Flexible, Stretchable, and Wearable: Flex and Rigid-Flex Circuit Testing: Medical Technologies Of the driving forces in the PCB manufacturing marketplace today, one major contributor is medical device technology as it influences materials, components, manufacturing techniques, and procurement.
Emerging Medical Technologies: A Hard Nut to Crack! Star Trek Inspires Medical Technology: An Update , by Steve Williams Interview: Inspire the Industry, Explore the Infinity: Features Defense Budget Analysis: GreenSource Fabrication: Features GreenSource Fabrication: Features Patty's Perspective: Embedded Technology: David Flynn, Marc P.
High Speed, Low Heat , by E.
Walch, DJ. Rietmann, Ph. Angstenberger, Ph. Global Sourcing: Help is Wanted Everyone is talking about the graying of our industry and the lack of qualified applicants for jobs, ranging from manufacturing personnel to engineers and even management.
Help Wanted—And How! Flying Probe Testing vs.
Materials This month, feature contributors from Isola, Ventec, OMG and Spirit Circuits examine the range of materials for multiple applications, including flame retardancy, high-speed designs, reliability testing and LED applications. Fire Retardancy: Best Practices, Part 5: Optical Interconnects , by Karl Dietz More: News Short: Reliability Has the definition of reliability changed, and if so, why? High-Speed Materials Do we really need more speed in our connections?
Sidney Cox Interview: Sellers Trouble in Your Tank: Automotive and Transportation Our features this month question whether or not PCB manufacturers should even pursue the automotive electronics market due to design challenges.
Surface Finishes This month, industry experts from OMG Electronic Chemicals, Uyemura, Atotech and the University of Leicester are on hand to dive deep into surface finishes, from OSPs for mixed-metal finishes to cutting-edge high-reliability surface finishes. Karl Ryder and Dr. The Way I See It: Solder Mask: How High Can We Go?
More Than a Word: Past, Present, Future , by John Mitchell. Military and Aerospace We demystify the often complex world of military electronics and DoD spending, demonstrate the utility of applications engineering to design and manufacturing of PCBs and explore the intersection of unmanned vehicles and electronics technology.
Challenges of Electrical Test , by Todd Kolmodin. Number of flight arrivals or departures at Northolt airport 21 December to 30 January Ref: Percentage of ex-service personnel using the Career Transition Partnership for employment in trade roles after leaving the service Ref: Average progression rates and promotion chances for Aircraft Controller Ratings from LR OR4 up to and including WO1, Number of flight arrivals or departures at Northolt airport, Number of RAF aircraft in storage or awaiting disposal and list of RAF Typhoon and Tornado fleets including tail numbers, tail codes and unit, List of aircrew and operating manuals and flight checklist for the Nimrod MRA4, Percentage of ex-service personnel using Career Transition Partnership for employment in trade roles after leaving service.
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