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The November issue of The PCB Magazine has published and is now available.
HDI: Today, Tomorrow and the Future
This month, we cover the wide-ranging topic of HDI: from the latest technology developments and manufacturing challenges, to HDI strategies that include design, fabrication, and assembly perspectives. As one of our feature contributors, Happy Holden, says, in North America, there is a growing need for more HDI capability. Find out why in this issue!
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Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
There is no denying that high-density interconnect (HDI) has been around a long time—over 25 years, believe it or not. From almost the moment of its conception in the U.S., the technology was adopted by and used almost exclusively in Asia.
Andreas Lydersen, ELMATICA
As automation works its way onto the shop floors, it still struggles to replace humans in the supporting roles, such as designers, purchasers, brokers, and back-office staff. Where automation on the shop floor replaces humans in doing repetitive manual tasks, the supporting roles (at least some of them) require intelligence to understand and utilise information.
Barry Matties, I-Connect007
The discussion on laminates and markets with Ventec’s Mark Goodwin continues as he talks about the importance of service, where Ventec is headed, and offers some advice on partnering with your supplier.