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VOLUME -27 NUMBER 8
Publication Date: 08/1/2012
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Onshoring Momentum Powers Siplace Expansion

Atlanta, GA — The message was loud and clear at a recent ribbon-cutting and seminar in Suwanee, Georgia: manufacturing in the U.S. is having a marked resurgence, and Siplace is going to be a major contributor to this growth with its cutting-edge automated assembly equipment.
 
Siplace had been a Siemens company for many years, but the ownership changed hands in January, 2011 when Siplace was purchased by ASM Pacific Technology, a Hong Kong-based company. At the time, there was concern that a change in ownership would bring nothing but cutbacks and problems.
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Training Joystick Aviators


We are in the midst of a sea change in how military and flight simulation tools are developed, as commercial off the shelf (COTS) systems begin to replace expensive, custom-designed training simulators. Fueled by a drive to remove American service personnel from harm's way — as well ...
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IPC & JPCA Develop First Operational-Level Standard

Bannockburn, IL — In a joint effort, IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries® and JPCA (Japan Electronics Packaging and Circuits Association) have released the first operational-level standard for the rapidly evolving printed electronics industry. To help designers and companies create reliable ...Read More


 
 
ISS Europe 2017: European Innovation Leadership
MUNICH, GERMANY - Following economic leaders meeting in Switzerland for the World Economic Forum, electronics manufacturing executives will next attend Europe’s SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS Europe) in Munich, Germany on 5-7 March. Hosted by SEMI Europe, the Symposium brings together leading analysts, researchers, economists, and technologists for critical insights on the forces shaping the electronics manufacturing supply chain. ISS Europe 2017 is the three-day flagship business event that discusses how to cope with the rapid changes and growing challenges of the digital revolution.


W├╝rth Elektronik eiSos Presents 2017 Product Catalog
WALDENBURG, GERMANY - Würth Elektronik eiSos, a leading European manufacturer of electronic and electromechanical components, has published its “Passive Components 2017” product catalog. Numerous products are presented on 776 pages in the categories EMC Components, Power Magnetics, Signal & Communications, and AEC-Q qualified products. The “Passive Components 2017” catalog can now be requested online at www.we-online.com/newcatalog. The same applies for the products described there: All the components listed are available from stock and samples can be obtained free of charge.

 
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