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Additive Design: Same Steps, Different Order

04/12/2022 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
We recently spoke with Dave Torp, CEO of Winonics, about the company’s additive and semi-additive processes and what PCB designers need to know if they’re considering designing boards with these new technologies. As Dave explains, additive design is not much different from traditional design, but the steps in the design cycle are out of order, and additive designers must communicate with their fabricators because so much of the new processes are still proprietary.

Winonics Receives Lockheed RMS Supplier Approval

03/14/2022 | Winonics
Winonics announces the recent approval by Lockheed RMS as an approved supplier for rigid printed wiring boards for IPC-6011 and 6012 specifications. The approval followed a rigorous quality and systems audit that was conducted by the Supplier Quality Services department of Lockheed RMS based in Moorestown, NJ.

Winonics Department Leaders Successfully Complete IPC-6012 Training

02/24/2022 | Winonics
Winonics announces the successful completion of IPC-6012 training for five department leaders in their Brea, CA facility. The recent certifications are part of a larger company-wide initiative begun in 2021, with a plan to have all production employees trained and certified by the end of 2022.

Winonics Invests $3.9M in Equipment for Lean Six Sigma Renovation

09/30/2021 | Winonics
Winonics Brea, an Additive Circuits Technologies, LLC company is pleased to announce its “Facility Master Plan.”

Catching up with Winonics’ Mark Eazell

12/11/2015 | Dan Beaulieu, D.B. Management Group
I have always thought of Winonics as one of the hidden gems of the North American PCB industry. Their well-equipped and well-laid-out facility in Brea, California is one of the more impressive looking PCB facilities in North America today. Winonics is one of three PCB companies owned by JR Controls, the other two being Cosmotronic and Bench2Bench. I had the opportunity to talk with Mark Eazell, the general manager at Winonics, who also oversees the operation of all three JR Controls’ PCB companies.
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