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Rogers Scales up Production and Integrates Arlon RangeDecember 16, 2015 | Pete Starkey, Real Time with...productronica
Estimated reading time: Less then a minute
Editor Pete Starkey interviews Rogers European Sales Manager John Hendricks at productronica 2015. Hendricks updates us on Rogers’ acquisition of Arlon, and explains how the Arlon products are complementary to Rogers’ existing materials.
To watch this interview, click here.
Zuken Introduces AIPR for CR-8000: Empowering PCB Designers with Innovative AI-Powered Place and Route Technology09/19/2023 | Zuken
Zuken Inc., an industry-leading provider of electronic design automation solutions, is pleased to introduce an innovative three-stage approach to AI-powered PCB design within its flagship CR-8000 platform.
In my last column, I discussed cutting-edge innovations in printed circuit board technology, focusing on innovative trends in ultra HDI, embedded passives and components, green PCBs, and advanced substrate materials. This month, I’m following up with the products these new PCB technologies are destined for. Why do we need all these new technologies?
IPC's Validation Services Program has awarded an IPC/WHMA-A-620 Qualified Manufacturers Listing (QML) to Manufactured Assemblies Corp, LLC (MAC), in Vandalia, Ohio. A full-service contract manufacturer specializing in wire and cable assemblies, and electromechanical sub-assemblies, MAC provides products used in aerospace, defense, medical, industrial, and commercial applications worldwide.
Insulectro, the largest distributor of materials for use in the manufacture of PCBs and printed electronics, ushers in its New Era of Laminates and Prepregs as it begins selling EMC copper clad laminates and Arlon polyimides beginning today.
Recently, the spot market for NAND Flash chips has seen a rise in active price inquiries for certain products, a movement driven by successful increases in wafer contract prices.