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VOLUME -24 NUMBER 2
Publication Date: 02/1/2009
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A New Approach To Component Stacking


One of the most innovative concepts in electronics assembly is the idea that both active and passive devices can be moved from the surface of the printed wiring board to new locations inside the board itself. The concept has existed for decades...
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Eight Ways to Reduce Product Costs


While severe economic pressures can result in budget cutbacks and personnel layoffs, these changes fail to produce the organizational, process or product improvements that are necessary for gaining a competitive advantage. Far too often, they may turn out to be inhibitors of change. In his study of ...
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Integrating Human-Machine Interface Components


As technology systems grow more complex, issues of end-product equipment safety, ease of operation and reducing the risk of human error are becoming extremely important. Designers today know that ...
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New Inspection Help in the Lab


As workbench space becomes increasingly cluttered, new ways must be found to provide the working tools needed by development and design engineers, without weighing them down with too much scattered...
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Robotic Soldering Station Adapts to Special Needs


There has long been a need to automate the labor-intensive process of hand soldering. There are several possible approaches to meeting this need in order to increase output and quality. One method that has been very successful has been to provide...
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