Writes Didrick Bech: People tend to treat standard and non-standard products in the same way; however, they represent two parallel product segments and consequently different challenges for your Lean manufacturing process, especially in relation to production and logistical operations. When you fail to differentiate the processing of standard and non-standard products, not only is the Lean manufacturing process disrupted, but you also introduce a variety of production, financial and logistical challenges.
I-Connect007 Technical Editor Dan Feinberg accepted an invitation recently to tour Nano Dimension’s new USA headquarters in Santa Clara’s Silicon Valley, which included a sit-down with President and Co-Founder Simon Fried.
Writes Didrick Bech: People tend to treat standard and non-standard products in the same way; however, they represent two parallel product segments and consequently different challenges for your Lean manufacturing process, especially...
This month's column is written by Anaya Vardya and John Bushie. In today’s environment, there are a number of suppliers that may have similar materials but price points and lead times may vary. If you are open to trying...
Reliability Takes on New Meaning and Urgency, by Patty Goldman
Building a Better Board: It Always Comes Back to Communication by the I-Connect007 Editorial Team
The IPC High-Reliability Forum for Mil-Aero and Automotive Sectors, by Happy Holden
PCBs are Moisture Sensitive Devices, by Richard Heimsch
Mechanism and Mitigation of Nickel Corrosion in ENEPIG Deposits, by George Milad, Jon Bengston and Don Gudeczauskas
Getting More with Cleaning, by the I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Cleaning a No-Clean Flux: The Worst Decision You’ve Ever Made? by Eric Camden, Foresite Inc.
Whitepaper: Electronics Cleanliness Testing, by Jason Fullerton, Alpha Assembly Solutions
Towards a Data-driven Cleaning Environment, by Stephen Las Marias, I-Connect007
Is Component Testing Using ROSE Practical? by Joe Russeau, Precision Analytical Laboratory, and Mark Northrup, IEC Electronics
PCBAs: To Clean or Not Clean, by Stephen Las Marias, I-Connect007