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An urgent call is out to medical equipment makers that thousands—even millions—of ventilators are in the greatest demand in our history due to the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak. Some traditional medical equipment makers haven’t pursued the ventilator business nor have a lot of top manufacturing companies like Tesla, GM, and others that are poised to produce […]

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OEMs are continually moving toward PCB hybrid assembly, meaning the combination of conventional SMT assembly and microelectronics assembly.  It’s important to know that there are seven major steps that need to be taken to achieve successful PCB hybrid assembly, Fig. 1.  These seven steps are especially important for newly emerging implantable and ingestible medical devices. […]

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Seven major steps need to be taken to achieve successful SMT and microelectronics assembly for medical electronic devices. These key steps take on special significance for newly emerging implantable and ingestible medical devices and result in medical devices that are robust, smaller, highly reliable, more powerful, and lighter. Deploy the right ancillary devices, such as […]

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Today, a growing number of OEMs have a sound understanding of how significant PCB hybrid manufacturing is for their new generation of products. That’s because their customers in the medical electronics, mil/aero, commercial, and industrial sectors are demanding greater electronics functionality in smaller, portable devices. This means those devices are based on smaller printed circuit […]

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A number of new terms are entering into today’s PCB discussions. Most of these terms involve those PCBs that continue to shrink, use smaller packaged devices, and have limited real estate. The term, “interposer” is among the newest ones joining such other new terms as PCB hybrid manufacturing, microelectronics, die attach, wire bonding, and others. […]

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Over time, PCB manufacturing has evolved from the traditional through hole, to through hole combined with SMT, and today, a growing number of PCBs are assembled with a combination of SMT and microelectronics or bare die wire bonded onto a substrate or the PCB, itself. Die attach is an integral part of microelectronics. In 2019 […]

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