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RTX Awarded $677M US Navy Contract for SPY-6 Family of Radars

06/11/2024 | RTX
Raytheon, an RTX business, was awarded a $677 million contract to continue to produce AN/SPY-6(V) radars for the U.S. Navy.

Manufacturing Differently With Digital Technology

06/11/2024 | Marcy LaRont, PCB007 Magazine
As circuit board manufacturing companies and their equipment suppliers go, you don’t see too many new ones, but groundbreaking technology is a different story. Founded in 2012 and based in Schwetzingen, Germany, Notion Systems is an industry leader in additive manufacturing technology of functional materials and inkjet printing equipment. Their tagline, “The future of additive manufacturing,” was demonstrated when I spoke with Antonio Schmidt, senior vice president of sales and marketing, and David Hahn, vice president of process R&D.

OE-A at ICFPE 2024, Taipei, Taiwan

06/11/2024 | OE-A
The International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electronics (ICFPE 2024) takes place from August 28-30, 2024, in Taipei, Taiwan. OE-A is a partner of this event and organizes a conference session.

NextFlex Launches $5.3 Million Funding Opportunity to Strengthen U.S. Electronics Manufacturing and Promote Commercialization of Hybrid Electronics

06/10/2024 | BUSINESS WIRE
NextFlex, the Department of Defense (DoD) sponsored Manufacturing Innovation Institute focused on maturing hybrid electronics, today released Project Call 9.0 (PC 9.0), its latest call for proposals that seek to fund projects that further the development and adoption of hybrid electronics while addressing key challenges in advanced manufacturing. The total PC 9.0 project value is expected to exceed $11M (including NextFlex investment and performer cost-share), bringing the total anticipated investment in advancing hybrid electronics since NextFlex’s formation to $143M.

SAT Moving Additive Technology Forward

06/10/2024 | Marcy LaRont, PCB007 Magazine
Hans Fritz started his career as an engineer with Gerber Scientific Instruments in Hartford, Connecticut, later working for Orbotech on its first LDI systems at EIE in Switzerland making photo plotters, and then at Hakuto Europe, a subsidiary of Hakuto Co. in Japan. He has spent the past three decades as general manager at Sense Advanced Technology (SAT), now working with his daughter Milena and business partner Alexander Weigl. “I have moved to the fun part of the business,” Hans says, where he gets to work in new field technologies, including additive and product industrialization processes. “I’m trying to use modern digital additive technologies to make PCBs, fuel cells, metal etching and milling, and PCMI applications.”
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