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Of the driving forces in the PCB manufacturing marketplace today, one major contributor is medical device technology. Medical device development is influencing materials, components, manufacturing techniques, and procurement.
In the November 2018 issue of PCB007 Magazine, we investigate innovations surrounding the medical sector. We also present technologies that medical device OEMs will be specifying in the near future, and will move fabrication where it is going to be.
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I-Connect007 Editorial Team
For this first issue of Flex007 Magazine, we interviewed John Talbot, president and owner of Tramonto Circuits. Headquartered in metro Minneapolis, Minnesota, Tramonto manufactures flexible and rigid PCBs for a variety of industry segments. Editors Andy Shaughnessy, Patty Goldman and Stephen Las Marias asked John to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the world of flexible circuits, and some of the trends he’s seeing in this market.
Real Time with...IPC
Philipp Menges, president of Cirexx International, discusses yearly company updates and growing markets, including automotive, medical, and military.
Dave Becker, All Flex
Medical devices represent one of the fastest growing electronic markets in the United States. The drive for reduced space and weight, added functionality, and reduced cost has driven the adoption of a wide array of custom flexible circuits. The design freedom offered by this three-dimensional interconnect supports the packaging design requirements for a myriad of diverse applications within the medical electronic market.