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Meet The IPS Workforce: Inoa Wahinehookae

12/11/2023 | Barry Matties, I-Connect007
As the workforce continues shifting to the next generation and the lack of appeal for manufacturing careers persists, we feel it’s important to share the voices of those who have chosen manufacturing as their career. We believe this will raise awareness and inspire others to consider manufacturing as a strong and viable career path.

SEMI Applauds Advancement of U.S. CHIPS and Science Act Incentives

12/11/2023 | SEMI
SEMI, the industry association serving the global electronics design and manufacturing supply chain, applauded the first award of U.S. CHIPS and Science Act incentives to strengthen the United States semiconductor industry ecosystem.

TT Electronics Receives FDA Registration for Asia Manufacturing Facility

12/08/2023 | TT Electronics
TT Electronics, a leading provider of global manufacturing solutions and engineered technologies, announced today that one of its Asia electronics manufacturing facilities has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), through its premarket approval (PMA) supplement evaluation process, to manufacture Class IIa devices on behalf of global medical OEM customers.

Mycronic Receives Order for SLX Mask Writer

12/08/2023 | Mycronic
Mycronic AB has received an order for an SLX mask writer from an existing customer in Asia. The order value is in the range of $7 - $9 million. Delivery of the system is planned for the third quarter of 2024.

Connect the Dots: Best Practices for Ensuring PCB Design Manufacturability

12/07/2023 | Matt Stevenson -- Column: Connect the Dots
It makes sense to optimize your board using design for manufacturability (DFM) techniques. But applying DFM best practices can be confusing without formal training. The results are designs that are often incomplete, poorly designed, or too complex. When these issues arise, your PCB manufacturing partner rejecting the design can be considered a best-case scenario because it means they have your back. If your design is simply dropped into an automated queue without concern for manufacturability, the output can be a batch of unusable boards.
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