Dan Beaulieu checked in with HSIO Technologies President James Rathburn recently to see what he and his team are up to and learned how they are using liquid crystal polymers and other materials to focus on increasing high-speed and high-density PCBs for uses in all markets.

Lenora Clark, director for end-user applications at MacDermid, discusses some of the trends happening in the automotive electronics industry. She talks about how her company is educating their customers in the automotive electronics sector on the available technologies in other markets such as military and aerospace, telecommunications—even the handheld market—and how they can adopt these technologies in their industry.


One World, One Industry: Meet Nicolas Robin, IPC’s New Senior Director in Europe

November 2, 2018 | John Mitchell, IPC--Association Connecting Electronics Industries

In May, IPC Europe welcomed new Senior Director Nicolas Robin. Based in Brussels, Nicolas will represent IPC and the electronics manufacturing industry in Europe. I recently sat down with Nicolas for a one-to-one conversation to get...

Standard of Excellence: Forging Partnerships Through Adversity and Problem Solving

October 29, 2018 | Team ASC, American Standard Circuits

For the past few months, this column has discussed how to find and work with a great PCB vendor, and most importantly, how to form a strong, productive partnership. This month, Anaya Vardya will address how adversity can forge a great...

Trouble in Your Tank: Understanding Resist Lock-in and Extraneous Copper

October 23, 2018 | Michael Carano, RBP Chemical Technology

It happens when you least expect it. You think you have all the process controls in place to prevent issues after etching, but either copper remains where there should be none or photoresist remains on the copper....

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