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Go with the Flow , by Todd Kolmodin. Trouble in Your Tank: Copper-to-Copper Peeling , by Michael Carano. One World, One Industry: Launch Letters: Our features this month question whether or not PCB manufacturers should even pursue the automotive electronics market due to design challenges. This month, features from Saturn, BPA Consultants, Zuken and Delphi take on some big questions, beginning with whether or not a PCB manufacturer should even pursue the automotive electronics market, to the power of MiB, and other design challenges.
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.
Also contributing features this month: This month, our contributors explain how and why solder mask must do its job well—precisely, in fact. Feature Interview: 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.
What does this mean for PCB manufacturing and structural electronics? Willis, Ph. Find out what these technologies are bringing to the industry, plus columns, news highlights, events and MORE!
Much like the ubiquitous rubber ducky, it seems that PCB manufacturing has not changed much through the decades, but what has changed is the required precision of those steps to achieve ever finer features at ever higher quality and reliability. This month, our experts offer up new wet processes, and tips and best practices for successful plating, and more.
As technology moves increasingly faster, so do our equipment, materials and chemistry suppliers to help us to enable that next greatest invention. Are you ready for the next thing, to keep pushing forward? This month, our contributors shed a little light on that path forward. Meet the future!
In this highly competitive industry of ours, where material costs squeeze from one side, and customers squeeze from the other, what is the answer to increasing profits? This month, our contributors offer strategies that we think will both surprise and enlighten! The December issue is our end of year wrap up with an eye on What's on the horizon for the fab industry, at home and abroad? What truly defines 5G, as compared to 4G and 3G?
As the children say on road trips, are we there yet? So what is new in plating and surface finishes? Feature articles, interviews and columns reach into material and process solutions, 3D printing, surface finishing, and more! From autonomous vehicles to e-textiles to automotive standards, our contributors take a look under the hood and kick the tires this month to bring the rapidly evolving world of automotive electronics into perspective. We open this issue with results of our monthly survey on the topic at hand, and a breakdown of the responses.
This month: No doubt, new technology seems to be launching daily, from inspection systems to photoresist processes. How can we keep up? How can we even maintain? This month, our experts give us a heads up on new technology: Blind, buried, landless…IPC defines no less than seven type of vias. This month, our experts shed light on the many different types of vias, their functions, and the various challenges associated with them.
Our final issue of is a view into various global associations that help our industry function and thrive. Dave Bergman: In Their Words: I n Their Words: IPC's Fern Abrams: Keeping up with Regulatory Matters , by Patty Goldman. Working for the Industry: Field Notes: By Judy Warner. Who is your customer? Find out what our experts think this month. The answers may surprise you! 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.
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.
What is the story with printed electronics? Where have they been and where are they going?
As equipment gets more sophisticated and costly, determining equipment needs has become far more complicated. Our experts are well equipped to give us their professional perspectives on just what to consider when evaluating new equipment.
Check out our Career Opportunities section. 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. The Power of Data. The Power of Data: Data, Data and More Data! Can Technology Be Too Disruptive?
Digital Imaging Revisited , by Karl Dietz. Device Embedding in PCBs: Evolution or Revolution. Evolution or Revolution? 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. 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.
This month, industry experts are in the hot seat to explain how to keep everything cool. This month we are paying attention to cycle time and the many ways to reduce it in your process—whatever your process may be.
From automation to value stream mapping to lean six-sigma, our contributors have it covered. Breaking the Bottleneck: Plant Culture: Inside features include articles from A. Robinson, et al. The acceptance of smart factories is a global movement across multiple industries.
In electronics manufacturing specifically, China seems to be a key leader in the move to Industry 4. Once seen as an industrial heavyweight that depended on a huge labor pool, the environment in China has transformed. What stands out about the Chinese transition is that automation—robotics, in particular—is a surprisingly small part of the whole solution.
You'll find direct links to those articles in this issue. Tara Dunn shares an example of doing business that serves as a great metaphor and reminder. The real smarts in any factory are—and will continue to be—the people who perform the most complex, heuristic analyses of all. Hu Yang provides an overview of how the Chinese domestic market is developing and changing the fabrication industry.
This month, we cover the wide-ranging topic of HDI: Find out why in this issue! This month, feature contributors from Orbotech, Gardien Services, Uyemura, and more, examine various testing methods that go into ensuring great product.
Electronics in automobiles is increasing exponentially. Detroit vs. Silicon Valley: Automotive Technology: Becoming an Automotive Supplier: Final Surface Finishes for Automotive: Cars, Cars, Cars! Things are changing in our industry, so is it any surprise that how you sell your services is changing too?
If your sales approach seems out of focus, then join us as we look at some successful PCB selling and marketing strategies. If your sales approach seems out of focus, then join us as we look at some successful PCB selling and marketing strategies including staffing, hiring, branding, and more.
Bring your sales channel into sharp relief. This month, our experts explain why. If you think signal integrity is just a design problem, think again. 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.
Against the Density Wall: Impacting the Industry—Literally , by Patty Goldman. Primary Imaging for Pattern Plating, Part 2: Development , by Michael Carano. The Right Approach: This month, we take on failure, and a few industry experts are on hand to back us up!
Topics range from the power of systems when combating failure and how supplier improvement drives product improve-ment, to avoiding circuit failure in high-rel applications and the copper plating process.
This month, The PCB Magazine is taking on failure, and a few industry experts are on hand to back us up! The War on Failure by David Dibble. Fighting the War on Failure with Supplier Analytics: An Interview with Fane Friberg. Feature Summary: 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.
Table of Contents Features. Handling and people-related mistakes and defects are always a concern in manufacturing. What's the answer? Is it automation? A little of both? Is it more training?
This month, our experts weigh in on the who, what, when, where and how of reducing handling errors. We welcome your ideas for a feature article or column. Please drop us a line!
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Yoshioka, T. Sawada and T. Abe, Panasonic Corp. Flexible, Stretchable, and Wearable: Flex and Rigid-Flex Circuit Testing: February November 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: July Features Defense Budget Analysis: May January October