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The Pulse: Overconstraining: Short, Slim, and Smooth

06/06/2024 | Martyn Gaudion -- Column: The Pulse
Engineering is both an art and a science. The design engineer’s task is (almost) always to bring product to market that meets specifications at the best and most economical price suited to the appropriate end use requirements. From a PCB perspective, designers are faced with a bewildering and almost overwhelming choice of materials at their disposal.

Connect the Dots: Designing for Reality—The Physical Manufacturing Phases

05/30/2024 | Matt Stevenson -- Column: Connect the Dots
Designing for reality is focused on the art and science of PCB design and production. If you’re trying to make a PCB that stands out for being reliable, easy to manufacture, and meets all design goals, then you’re in the perfect spot. We’re here to break down the PCB manufacturing process while sharing essential tips for smooth design and production.

DuPont Showcases AI Innovations Featuring Advanced Interconnects at 2024 International Electronic Circuits Exhibition

05/13/2024 | DuPont
DuPont announced it will showcase its comprehensive range of advanced circuit materials and solutions at the 2024 International Electronic Circuits Exhibition in Shanghai. With a product portfolio that includes fine line, signal integrity, power and thermal management, DuPont will exhibit at Booth #8L06 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC) from May 13 to 15.

MKS’ Atotech to Participate in ECTC

05/10/2024 | MKS’ Atotech
At this year’s 74th IEEE Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC), MKS’ Atotech will present and demonstrate its latest product and service innovations.

The Chemical Connection: Reducing Etch System Water Usage, Part 2

05/02/2024 | Don Ball -- Column: The Chemical Connection
In my last column, I reviewed some relatively simple ways to reduce water usage in existing etch systems: cutting down cooling coil water flow, adding chillers to replace plant water for cooling, lowering flow rate nozzles for rinses, etc. This month, I’ll continue with more ways to control water usage in your etcher. Most of these are not easily retrofittable to existing equipment but should be given serious consideration when new equipment is contemplated. With the right combination of add-ons, it is possible to bring the amount of water used in an etch system to almost zero.
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