Insulectro Focuses on New Design and Education Services During DesignCon


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Insulectro, the largest distributor of materials for use in printed circuit boards (PCB) and Printed Electronics manufacturing, will exhibit at the 2020 DesignCon technical conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Wednesday, January 29 and Thursday, January 30. Insulectro is located in space #1345.

“I’m pleased to announce that next week we are once again exhibiting at DesignCon in Silicon Valley,” commented Ken Parent, Vice President of Sales and Product Management for Insulectro. “This an extremely important show for us as it serves to acquaint attendees, especially designers and engineers, with Insulectro’s best-in-class product and service offerings.

“At this show, Insulectro will introduce its new Design & Education program. It's a chance for the entire supply chainfabricators, designers, engineers, and OEMsto understand our new, groundbreaking program that connects shops that need design with Insulectro's consortium of top-flight design housesSan Diego PCB Design and Freedom CAD,” Parent commented.

An important part of Insulectro’s initiative is Education. Insulectro's program provides the following services:

  • Material Recommendations
  • Stack-up Suggestions for Flex, Rigid-Flex, HDI, RF, SI, & DFX
  • Design Reviews
  • Manufacturing Interface
  • Design Layout Outsource

Insulectro's three design expertsMichael Creeden CID+ MIT, Megan Teta CID+, and Chris Hunrath CID+ will available to discuss the program in detail.

Parent continued, “This is an exciting new initiative for us. We have definitely found a need for what we offer. With the recent hire of well-known design instructor Mike Creeden, the industry is taking notice of what we are doing.

“We’re committed to recruiting and hiring superstar teammates to join an already exceptional team armed with best-of-range products and services. Expert people, outstanding productsit’s a winning combination.” Parent concluded.

About Insulectro

Insulectro (www.insulectro.com) is the largest supplier of PCB materials used to manufacture circuit boards as well as materials for Printed Electronics. Insulectro combines its premier product offering with local inventory in 10 strategic stocking locations across the country, fabrication capabilities and backed up by expert customer and technical support services.

Our products are used by our customers to fabricate complex, multilayer circuit boards and to manufacture printed electronics components. Insulectro serves a broad customer base manufacturing rigid, rigid/flex and flexible circuit boards for applications in a variety of end markets including telecom, data communications, high speed computing, mobile devices, military, and medical.

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