JPCA Show 2014

Reading time ( words)

Headlines of the Week

(Please contact for further information on the news.)

1. Hitachi Maxell (Major electronic material supplier in Japan) 6/2
The supplier has developed a new nickel plating process on nylon resin that eliminates wet chemical etching before plating.

2. Panasonic (Major electronics company in Japan) 6/3
The company has rolled out an industry-first transparent electrode film (PET) with fine copper grid (3 micron wide lines) for touch panel screens.

3. Tohoku University (Japan) 6/4
The university as co-developed a new 3D generation process of graphene structures on silicon wafers for hybrid electronic and optical devices.

4. Konica Minolta (Major opto-electronics company in Japan) 6/5
The company will create a subsidiary in Malaysia for the manufacturing and delivery of parts and consumables for office appliances.

5. Asada Mesh (Major screen mesh supplier in Japan) 6/6
The supplier as demonstrated a current sensors manufacturing process via fine screen printing of silver ink.

6. Tohoku University (Japan) 6/9
The university has developed a magnetic materials precious pattern etching technology as the manufacturing process of MRAM devices.

7. NEC (Major electronics company in Japan) 6/9
The company has delivered the largest lithium ion battery system in Europe to Northern Powergrid in United Kingdom.

8. Murata (Major component manufacturer in Japan) 6/10
The manufacturer has commercialized the world's smallest ceramic chip capacitor series with interposers (size: 1005).

9. Chuo University (Japan) 6/12
The university demonstrated basic performances of NRAM device made of carbon nanotubes.

10. Furukawa Electric (Major cable manufacturer in Japan) 6/12
The manufacturer has unveiled a new superconductor wire of CuNb/Nb3Sn. It is available for coiling of super conductive magnet.

11. Panasonic (Major electronics company in Japan) 6/12
The company has developed a new polypropylene resin for reflection panel of lighting LED devices.

Recent Articles from DKN Research

To view past articles, click here.



Suggested Items

Atotech’s Graphite-based Process and Chemistries Portfolio

12/03/2019 | Real Time with...productronica
Dr. Brüning, global product director, desmear and metallization, and electronics consultant Johan Lundqvist, update Nolan Johnson on the ViaKing graphite-based direct metallization process and explain how it fits in with customer applications. They also discuss Atotech’s portfolio of various chemistries. Johan came to Atotech in August 2019 through the acquisition of J-KEM where he held the position of CEO. Johan stated, “We are pleased J-KEM has joined the Atotech family, as it makes sense for both sides.”

Why Designers Need to Be at the SMTA Additive Electronics Conference

10/18/2019 | I-Connect007
In a recent interview, Kelly Dack and Tara Dunn (Omni PCB president and conference co-chair) discussed why designers need to attend the SMTA Additive Electronics Conference. Tara will also be attending and moderating a panel discussion at the conference.

SMTA Additive Electronics Conference: Industry Trends

10/10/2019 | I-Connect007
Mainstream PCB manufacturing is often limited to 50-75 microns (mm) line and space. But the electronics industry is evolving quickly. Propelled by the demand for more sophisticated electronics, PCB design is being tasked with finer lines, thinner materials, and smaller via sizes.

Copyright © 2019 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.