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I-Connect007 is excited to announce the upcoming release of our newest digital magazine, Flex007 Magazine.
Flex007 Magazine will focus on the rapidly growing flexible and rigid-flex circuit market, with information to serve flex system designers, electrical engineers, flex PCB designers, and those responsible for integrating flex into their products at the OEM/CEM level.
Flex developers will now have access to a publication that is dedicated to assisting them with their technical needs, along with their market and supply chain challenges.
The new publication leads off with content from the industry's flex experts covering the challenges and opportunities for companies using or considering using flex. As many already know, flex is a completely different circuit than a typical rigid PCB, with a variety of unique issues.
Flex007 Magazine joins a growing list of I-Connect007 magazines: Design007 Magazine, PCB007 Magazine, SMT007 Magazine, PCB007 China Magazine.
For more information, contact:
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
The sun was shining in Dusseldorf as delegates returned to the conference room for the second day of the EIPC 50th Anniversary Conference. There were very few empty chairs—even those who had enjoyed a late networking session in the hotel bar had taken their seats as Paul Waldner opened the proceedings with Session 5, on a theme of future PCB design, material and processes for the PCB supply chain.
Barry Matties, I-Connect007
The I-Connect007 team had the pleasure of meeting with Takayuki Hidehira at the MicroCraft booth at productronica, where they had on display their new eight-probe flying tester, fully equipped with autoloader and new ease-of-use software. Takayuki discusses where flying probe testers currently stand in the market and MicroCraft’s observation of the rise of captive PCB shops in Japan.
Dan Beaulieu, D.B. Management Group
I recently sat down with Artnet Pro Co-owner Meir Polack to discuss his company's move to represent Altix in North American, South America and parts of Asia. Artnet has traditionally sold pre-owned Orbotech and Camtek equipment, especially LDIs, but due to the increasing competitiveness of this high-end market they decided to seek out the best alternative in new DI equipment.