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12/11/2018  

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 This Week's Feature


Insulectro Hires Michael King as DuPont Product Manager
Insulectro, the largest distributor of materials for use in printed circuits boards (PCB) and printed electronics manufacturing, has hired Michael King as product manager its DuPont product offerings.

 
  Flexible Electronics News Highlights
 

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  Featured Articles
 


EPTE Newsletter: Thinner and Lighter Printed Circuits
Manufacturers from the electronics industry consistently compete to create higher density circuits. Cutting edge semiconductor manufacturers can generate less than 10 nanometer traces on silicon chips.


Trouble in Your Tank: Flexible Metalization, Part II
In previous columns and elsewhere in literature, concerns about electroless copper peeling from polyimide material have been reported. The main concern with is the creation of a void caused by peeling or blistering.


Institute of Circuit Technology Hayling Island Seminar
After an extreme summer heat wave had left trees dehydrated and struggling to morph into their customary display of reds and golds, the leaves were brown and brittle as the great and good of the UK printed circuit board industry crossed the bridge from the mainland of the south coast of England to Hayling Island for the autumn seminar of the Institute of Circuit Technology on September 20, 2018.

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  Military and Aerospace News
 


Standard of Excellence: Working for the Future—Partnering with PCB Vendors on Innovative Technology
The true test of the vendor-customer relationship comes when you need innovative PCBs—boards that are not easily found in the common marketplace and are so technologically advanced that they require your designers and suppliers to work together to go where neither has before.


SLP: The Next Level of Technology
As our electronic devices and machines become more powerful and as Moore’s Law chugs along, things in the world of PCBs keep getting smaller. You know the drill—finer lines and spaces, thinner laminates, more layers— cram more circuitry into the same or shrinking area. Where will it all end? Or will it?


EPTE Newsletter: New Materials for Wearable Electronics
Technology continues to evolve, and wearable electronics are the focal point for many new concepts. The next generation of wearable products for the consumer electronics industry will create a new market with nothing but upside for manufacturers and suppliers.


From Trend to Game Changer: Which Technology Will Make the Cut?
At the recent EIPC Summer Conference, Hans Friedrichkeit of the PCB Network gave an engaging presentation on artificial intelligence and future technologies, which was well received by attendees. Who better than Hans to offer insight on which future megatrends might truly become game changers? Publisher Barry Matties sat down with Hans to get his take on trends such as 5G, autonomous cars and 3D printing.

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  Medical Electronics News
 


Cirexx Supplies Rigid-Flex Circuits for Innovative Medical Application
Cirexx International has worked closely for several years with engineers at a major medical products manufacturer in the Midwest, to develop state-of-the-art rigid-flex circuit boards for use in cognition detection systems.


Flex Talk: Mina—RFID, LED and What Else?
“The science of today is the technology of tomorrow.” This Edward Teller quote is an apt description of the Mina product. This advanced surface treatment, recently developed to enable low-temperature soldering to aluminum in the RFID market, is not only finding success in that market, but quickly finding a home in other markets, including the LED market, where the incentive is both cost and improved LED performance.

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