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December 2014

Outlook for 2015

The December issue is our end of year wrap up with an eye on 2015: What's on the horizon for the fab industry, at home and abroad?

October 2015

Cycle Time Reduction

This month we are paying attention to cycle time and the many ways to reduce it in your process—whatever your process may be. From automation to value stream mapping to lean six-sigma, our contributors have it covered.

December 2013

The (PCB) World According to Our Columnists

This month, our feature columnists are explor-ing their various areas of expertise in the PCB industry by taking a look back, and forward, to where the industry is headed both domestically and globally.

November 2015

The Data Factor(y): The Power of Data

Feature articles this month explore and explain why data is important, how to gather it (Internet of Things, for starters), and what exactly you can do with it once you’ve got it.

November 2013

Military and Aerospace

We demystify the often complex world of military electronics and DoD spending, demonstrate the utility of applications engineering to design and manufacturing of PCBs and explore the intersection of unmanned vehicles and electronics technology.

December 2015

Associations: The Global Connection

Our final issue of 2015 is a view into various global associations that help our industry function and thrive. In their own words, top executives from around the world are on hand to provide an insider’s perspective of the who, what, where, when and why of their organizations.

October 2013

Automotive and Transportation

Our features this month question whether or not PCB manufacturers should even pursue the automotive electronics market due to design challenges.

January 2016

Medical Electronics

We’re providing a thorough work-up for our readers this month, with features that diagnose the current state of the medical electronics segment. From robots and wearables to novel developments in gold metallization processes for neural probes, we’ve got head-to-toe coverage.

September 2013

Flex and Rigid-flex

This month, The PCB Magazine presents the many sides of flex and rigid-flex circuits, which have  myriad applications in just about every sector of the electronics industry.

February 2016

What's New in PCB Fabrication?

We’ve covered it from top to bottom this month—what’s brand new in the world of PCB fabrication and what’s on the horizon for our industry.

January 2014

Surface Finishes

This month, The PCB Magazine brings surface finishes to the forefront with feature articles from the industry’s top experts. Plus, special content from productronica 2013!

August 2013

Standards and Regulations

Navigating the industry’s standards and regulations can be a lot like surfing a killer wave: One misstep and you could wipe out!

March 2016

Increasing Profit

In this highly competitive industry of ours, where material costs squeeze from one side, and customers squeeze from the other, what is the answer to increasing profits? This month, our contributors offer strategies that we think will both surprise and enlighten!

February 2014

CAD/CAM

This month, The PCB Magazine brings the ins and outs of CAD/CAM especially for fabricators to the forefront with feature articles from the industry’s top experts.

July 2013

New Interconnects

This month, The PCB Magazine looks to the horizon at new and emerging interconnects, with features by BPA and Ormet, along with a comprehensive collaboration between nScrypt and the University of Texas, El Paso. 

April 2016

Process Engineering and Troubleshooting

Process engineers (and PE types) are the worker bees of the industry. Our experts this month bring first-hand knowledge of the phenomenon known as process engineering.

March 2014

Materials

It’s March materials madness in The PCB Magazine, with comprehensive coverage of materials, including features from leading experts at  Ventec, Celestica, FTG, Rogers, Isolaand an IPC APEX EXPO pre-show guide!

January 2015

3D Printing & Structural Electronics

3D printing is happening, and it’s happening fast. What does this mean for PCB manufacturing and structural electronics? Find out this month in The PCB Magazine!

May 2016

Strategies to Reduce Handling Errors

Handling and people-related mistakes and defects are always a concern in manufacturing. What's the answer? Is it automation? A little of both?

April 2014

HDI

This month, the realm of HDI is explored, with features that delve into the issue of high-layer count multilayers, reliability, pinless registration & even bridging the divide between design & fabrication. Plus: IPC APEX EXPO show coverage!

February 2015

Surface Finishes

This month, industry experts from OMG Electronic Chemicals, Uyemura, Atotech and the University of Leicester are on hand to dive deep into surface finishes, from OSPs for mixed-metal finishes to cutting-edge high-reliability surface finishes.

May 2014

Plating and Etching

This month, we bring you a line-up of experts who explore both common and unique plating & etching issues, techniques and challenges.

March 2015

Materials

This month, feature contributors from Isola, Ventec, OMG and Spirit Circuits examine the range of materials for multiple applications, including flame retardancy, high-speed designs, reliability testing and LED applications.

June 2014

Flex Circuitry

This month, The PCB Magazine features industry experts who discuss all things flex: from substrates to hybrid stretchable circuits to 3D packaging tools and more! Don’t miss it!

April 2015

HDI: High-Density Interconnects

This month, HDI gets the scrutiny of industrial professionals from TTM Technologies, Multek, and Gardien Services, who discuss the challenges of ultra-thin HDI PCB manufacturing, and how HDI relates to the Internet of Things (IoT) and substrate test fixtures.

July 2014

Embedded Components

This month, The PCB Magazine feature contributors take an in-depth look at embedded components, including our cover story by EIPC’s Michael Weinhold:Device Embedding in PCBs: Evolution or Revolution

May 2015

Plating & Etching

This month, features from Michael Carano, (Carano & Associates), a team from Dow Chemicals Company, and George Milad (Uyemura) share their perspectives on plating and etching issues.

August 2014

Printed Electronics

What is the story with printed electronics? Where have they been and where are they going? Most importantly, how are they being used in today’s market?

June 2015

Flexible, Stretchable and Wearable

This month, a comprehensive view of the scope of flex circuit technology is presented in features from OM Group, Multek, DuPont, ESI, and more.

September 2014

New Concepts and Emerging Technologies for PCB Fabrication

LPKF, Optomec and Transline Technology explore up and coming technologies for PCB fabrication, layout and more.

July 2015

Supply Chain Management

This month, The PCB Magazine takes an in-depth view of the supply chain—from various approaches to making it work for you, to what history has shown about its many iterations, and how some suppliers are setting the bar very high for the future of supply chain management.

October 2014

End Markets for PCBs

This month: end markets for PCBs! From the future of the domestic mil/aero market (looking good!) to wearables, automobiles, very thin PCBs for smartphones, and more!

August 2015

The War on Process Failure

This month, we take on failure, and a few industry experts are on hand to back us up! Topics range from the power of systems when combating failure and how supplier improvement drives product improve-ment, to avoiding circuit failure in high-rel applications and the copper plating process.

November 2014

Medical Electronics

This month, industry experts from Starfish Medical, Dyconex AG, Micro Systems Tech., & Nypro discuss the latest progress in medical applications for PCBs.

September 2015

Cars: A Driving Force in the Electronics Industry

Electronics in automobiles is increasing exponentially. We get under the hood and examine the proliferation of electronics in cars, what it’s like to be a supplier of PCBs destined for the automotive market, and where it is headed.

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