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Time to Market: Ten Ways to Bring Your Product to Market

June 24, 2021 | Imran Valiani, RUSH PCB Inc.

One result of the pandemic is companies creating innovative products. The problem is they want to get them to market much sooner than normal. Here are 10 tips for working with your vendors to deliver products on time.

I believe that it is instructive to remember just how close Hewlett-Packard—and likely the entire industry—came to adopting eyelets instead of plated through-holes in the early 1960s. That there was ever a controversy over the use of plated through-holes as an acceptable printed circuit interconnection process seems almost impossible to consider, let alone take seriously today. But in the late 1950s and early 1960s, the PTH was not just a controversial idea; serious product designers considered eyelets a preferred technology.





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PCB Talk: A Review of Additive Electronics

June 21, 2021 | Tara Dunn, Averatek

Additive electronics, particularly as it pertains to PCB fabrication processes is garnering a lot of attention. Columnist Tara Dunn speaks with Tomas Chester of Chester Electronic Design, to shed light on the experience of early...

Technology is advancing quickly, however, due to technology demands, it is likely that some of the processes for PCB fabrication that have been previously considered exotic, may soon be considered commonplace. Columnist John Coonrod...

Designers Notebook: Embedding Resistor Elements—Part 2

June 15, 2021 | Vern Solberg, Consulting

As an alternative to the thick-film resistor process detailed in Part 1, a significant number of PCB fabricators are offering embedded thin-film resistor capability. Read Part 2...

Design007 Magazine — Space and Trace, the Final Frontier Featuring:

  • Star Trek, the Original Series: An Homage from a Fan, by Happy Holden
  • My Life in PCB Design, by Cherie Litson
  • Hewlett-Packard’s Adoption—and Controversy—of Plated Through-Holes, by Clyde F. Coombs
  • The Trouble with Tribbles, by Dana Korf
  • There is No Final Frontier for PCB Design, by Matt Stevenson
  • It’s FR-4, Jim, But Not as We Know It! by Alun Morgan
  • Star Trek: Laying a Path for Technology of Tomorrow, Today, by Alex Belelovsky
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