Continuing with Part 3 of the discussion on understanding the military PCB performance standard MIL-PRF-31032, Anaya Vardya explains how the next step in the process is to create a technical review board (TRB) to oversee the quality plan.
This week, we have a little bit of everything. There’s quite a bit of new technology news, along with an I-Connect007 eBook on thermal design techniques, trade show talk, and an interesting take on trading in capital equipment. We’ve been following the “digital twin” for the past few years, and when Siemens released a webinar on the topic this week, Happy Holden got a sneak peek and wrote a review that turned out to be one of our most popular recent articles.
When working with your PCB supplier, do you have a dedicated engineering resource to help with the design of your PCB before fabrication? How about a resource that has experience and knowledge about the different applications for...
In Part 1 of this three-part series, Ray Prasad looks into how to assess the manufacturing capability of any company—OEM or EMS—and provides an overview of the audit...
What is this NDAA stuff you keep hearing on the national news all the time, and why is it important to PCBs? Denny Fritz explains what is going on with the National Defense Authorization Act, which authorizes programs and lays out the...
Robustness Is Not the Same as Reliability Interview with Bob Neves
Reliability Starts at the Bottom by Eric Camden
Ensuring Definitive Manufacturing Reliability Interview with Russell Steiner
The Value of the Last One Percent by Andrew Scheuermann
How to Find Reliability in Box Build Assembly Interview with Roger Malmrose and Lilia Castro
Happy Holden Presents: Special Coverage From IPC High-Reliability Forum