The 25th Electronica, the International Trade Fair for Electronic Components, Systems and Applications, came to a close on Nov 16 with more than 72,000 visitors. A total of 2,669 exhibitors from 49 countries presented the future of electronics and showcased application-oriented solutions during the four-day fair.
NCAB Group are very pleased with the participation which resulted in a lot of new contacts and interesting meetings with customers and colleagues both from Germany and world wide.
The public Chinese New Year holidays 2015 are February 18 through to February 26. We are preparing action-plans together with our factories to find different ways of working around disruptions and our Factory Management-team will be manned during the whole Chinese New Year. Read more about how to prepare for the Chinese New Year 2015! READ MORE »
Modern electronic products are expected to offer more and more advanced functions, while the products themselves are becoming smaller and smaller. This puts greater demands on the PCB design and also the aspects relating to the PCB manufacturing process. There are two key factors for the successful production of high quality advanced PCBs; firstly, making the right choices at the design stage – and then carefully choosing the factory that can support the specific technical demands of the project in question.
by Kenneth Jonsson, Technical Manager - NCAB Group Sweden
In issue no 3 of In Focus – NCAB Group´s newsletter, we dig deeper into high-tech PCBs. As an appetizer, we will already now give you some useful designtips regarding HDIs. COMMON DESIGN PROBLEMS REGARDING HDI PRODUCTION PROBLEMS DEPENDING ON THIS BEST SOLUTION Dielectric too thick for laser vias Increased time for laser drilling, lower […] READ MORE »
by Rikard Wallin, Managing Director - NCAB Group Sweden
From my perspective he had already done a great job, the car looked new both on the in- and outside, but the owner still believed it could be better. Good is not enough, there are always improvements to be made. Somehow this is something I see very often in our office. We sometimes have hard […] READ MORE »
by Kathy Nargi-Toth, Technical Director - NCAB Group USA
The benefits of via-in-pad designs are well documented. From reduction of inductance to increased density, via-in-pad has become an essential tool for designers when navigating the routing challenges of fine pitch array packages that have become mainstays in today’s BOMs but there are trade-offs that must be considered. The basic concept is elegant. The via-in-pad […] READ MORE »