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IDTechEx Report Unveils 3D Electronics Status and Opportunities

04/22/2024 | PRNewswire
3D electronics is an emerging manufacturing approach that enables electronics to be integrated within or onto the surface of objects. 3D electronic manufacturing techniques empower new features, including mass customizability, greater integration, and improved sustainability in the electronics industry.

IDTechEx Discusses the Role of Printed Sensors in Mass-Digitization

04/11/2024 | PRNewswire
Integrated sensors digitizing physical interactions are vital in everyday life. From personalized user experiences to warehouse inventory management, data-driven insights are driving demand for smarter sensors — and lots of them.

An Ultimate Goal in Sustainability: Recyclable PCBs

04/11/2024 | Marcy LaRont, PCB007 Magazine
Who doesn’t believe in recycling? “Re-use, repurpose, recycle” has been a drumbeat for more than two decades. Our children learn about it in primary school. Full university departments devoted to environmental science and sustainability in universities forward their discipline for the world's benefit. In theory, we all get behind the concept of recycling, even if the nuances of execution may fall short.

Insulectro’s 'Storekeepers' Extend Their Welcome to Technology Village at IPC APEX EXPO

04/03/2024 | Insulectro
Insulectro, the largest distributor of materials for use in the manufacture of PCBs and printed electronics, welcomes attendees to its TECHNOLOGY VILLAGE during this year’s IPC APEX EXPO at the Anaheim Convention Center, April 9-11, 2024.

American Made Advocacy: Going Beyond the CHIPS Act to Power American Manufacturing

03/26/2024 | Travis Kelly -- Column: American Made Advocacy
Where have all the factories gone? A tour of America’s former bustling manufacturing communities is a stark reminder that, for the past three decades, we let the microelectronics manufacturing ecosystem disappear overseas, primarily to Asia. For decades, foreign competitors seeking to control critical markets played a long game. Government investment and subsidies were effective in undercutting U.S. and European companies. As other countries created this unfair competitive advantage in manufacturing, the know-how also migrated in their direction. This resulted in the serious workforce challenges the semiconductor and printed circuit board industries face today.
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