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iTAC, Partners are Enablers for the Battery Factory of the Future

05/29/2024 | iTAC Software AG
In Europe, there was no supplier that could provide the complete system technology for the production of vehicle batteries from a single source. Dürr, iTAC and other partners have changed that.

Connect the Dots: Designing for Reality—Lamination and Materials

06/19/2024 | Matt Stevenson -- Column: Connect the Dots
As many of you have likely figured out, I am quite passionate about the subject of designing PCBs for the reality of manufacturing. I wrote a book about it and I participate in an I-Connect007 On the Line with… podcast series dedicated to the subject. This companion article will focus on multilayer lamination, keeping the bigger picture in mind: Realistic PCB designs should prioritize manufacturability and reliability of the PCB as well as meet the other design requirements. So, one must account for the production variables associated with individual manufacturing partners.

Foundry Market Shows Mixed Conditions with Price Adjustments for Specific Chinese Processes and Anticipated Price Increases for Taiwanese Advanced Processes

06/19/2024 | TrendForce
TrendForce reports that mid-year trends such as China’s 618 sales festival, the launch of new smartphones in 2H24, and the anticipated holiday sales season have driven inventory replenishment in the supply chain—positively impacting foundry capacity utilization and signaling a recovery from its operational low point.

Looking Into Space: EIPC Summer Conference, Part 2

06/17/2024 | Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
“Innovative Development of PCB Technology and Design” was the theme of the second session of the 2024 EIPC Summer Conference, June 4-5, at the European Space Centre, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

Revolutionizing PCB Prototyping With ML and AM

06/14/2024 | Nick Geddes, Nano Dimension
Historically, PCB prototyping has been a meticulous and time-consuming process, often laden with complexities and high costs. Traditional methods have typically involved intricate design iterations, extensive manual labor, and significant material waste. However, the advent of AM has revolutionized this landscape, offering a rapid, cost-effective alternative that significantly accelerates the development cycle.
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