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New paradigms in consumer buying patterns are putting pressure on PCB manufacturers to become a whole lot more flexible. And although efforts are made to streamline and optimize, the big picture is not changing. The challenge to become more flexible surpasses manufacturing – it requires the whole business process to change. We’ve uncovered some of the most shocking statistics in manufacturing today which, when viewed as part of an overall business process, are mind-blowing.
In this paper, we expose the top five manufacturing statistics that illustrate the most compelling opportunities to drive change in PCB manufacturing.
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Happy Holden, I-Connect007
I had the good fortune to speak at a seminar sponsored by the CPCA and organized by the China Team of I-Connect007 in Shanghai on March 22. This full-day seminar was on one of today’s hot topics, “Automation in PCB Manufacturing.”
Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
If you’re like me, you’ve probably heard of 5G, but you may not understand what all the fuss is about. First, 5G simply means fifth-generation mobile networks. The best way to understand what 5G is about is to understand all the other Gs, like 3G and 4G (we rarely hear about the early Gs!).
Stephen Las Marias, I-Connect007
At the recent HKPCA and IPC Show 2017 in Shenzhen, China, I was able to interview Les Sainsbury, CEO, and Andrew Kelley, CTO, of XACT PCB, as well as Alex Stepinski, vice president of Whelen Engineering’s PCB Fab Business Unit, to discuss process evolution and technology developments in the PCB manufacturing industry.