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Altus Group Introduces Scienscope Smart Rack for Feeders to Enhance SMT Production Efficiency

07/22/2024 | Altus Group
Altus Group, a leading distributor of capital equipment for the electronics industry in the UK and Ireland, has expanded its portfolio with the addition of Scienscope's Smart Rack for Feeders.

From Chips to Systems: Building a Resilient Electronics Manufacturing Base in the EU

07/22/2024 | Shawn DuBravac, IPC
Electronics are ubiquitous, underpinning everything from personal devices and electric vehicles to wind turbines and industrial systems. These technologies are essential to nearly every aspect of modern life, making a thriving electronics manufacturing sector crucial for the EU's industrial resilience, regional security, and technological advancement. As industries increasingly depend on electronics for innovation, the role of electronics manufacturers as key facilitators of Europe’s digital and environmental transitions increases significantly.

TT Electronics Expands Parker Partnership with Multi-year, Multi-million-pound Contract

07/19/2024 | TT Electronics
TT Electronics, a global leader in manufacturing solutions and engineered technologies, today announced that its Cleveland, Ohio facility has signed a significant new contract with Parker.

Luminovo Partners with Sluicebox to Offer an Industry-First Instant Product Carbon Footprint for Electronics

07/19/2024 | Luminovo
Luminovo announces a new partnership with Sluicebox. This partnership will revolutionize the way electronic manufacturers and designers manage new sustainability requirements globally by providing instant carbon footprint estimates not only for individual electronic components, but also printed circuit boards (PCBs), and whole assemblies.

Marcy’s Musings: The Art, Science, and Reality of Thriving

07/19/2024 | Marcy LaRont -- Column: Marcy's Musings
By all accounts, the global electronics industry is thriving and has done so in a relatively short historical period marked by momentous technological advancement. Since the invention of the working transistor in 1947—just 77 years ago—our area of electronics alone has seen the first printed circuit board, the advent of plated through-hole technology, microvias and laser drilling, and printed electronics. Particularly considering the technology we support, this technical arc is staggering and should inspire a sense of accomplishment, appreciation, and perhaps even awe.
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