Electronic Products & Technology


Category
Production/Materials


News
October 28, 2017 by Stephen Law

SecureKey brings privacy-enhanced digital identity to Intel devices

Toronto-based SecureKey Technologies, a leading provider of federated identity and authentication solutions, reached a collaboration with Intel to enable consumers to access its next-generation, blockchain-based digital identity and attribute sharing technology via traditional web browsers. The technology will make it…
Product
October 28, 2017 by Stephen Law

Aerosol cleaning product meets green standards

MICROCARE Universal Flux Remover uses specialized chemistries to help companies clean pcbs faster, while meeting more stringent European environmental regulations. The aerosol product is a medium-strength flux and paste remover, suitable for cleaning electronics during rework and repair, spot cleaning…
Product
October 25, 2017 by Stephen Law

Free automated part builder serves pcb design

SNAPEDA InstaBuild free automated part builder is an online parts library for printed circuit board design, using computer vision technology to enable designers to make schematic symbols in mere minutes. Using a datasheet as the input, it automatically extracts symbol…
Feature
October 24, 2017 by Edward Hughes, CEO of Aculon

Nanotechnology-based electronics waterproofing technology

The miniaturization of electronic products continues to drive printed circuit board (pcb) manufacturing towards smaller and more densely packed boards with increased electronic capabilities. With virtually every electronic device containing at least one pcb, they are a modern marvel and…
Product
October 23, 2017 by Stephen Law

Nylon-based thermoplastic elastomer filaments serve 3D printing

DuPont Hytrel thermoplastic elastomer and DuPont Zytel nylon-based thermoplastic elastomer filaments for 3D printing allow users to achieve the true benefits of 3D printing (greater design freedom, lightweighting, reduced product development cycle times) allowing for rapid functional prototyping, parts production,…
Product
October 22, 2017 by Stephen Law

Circuit materials electrical, thermal/mechanical demands

ROGERS RO1200 circuit materials meet the electrical and thermal/mechanical demands of high-speed designs, helping to maximize data throughput and minimize latency. With a low dielectric constant (Dk) of 3.05 and a maximum dissipation factor of 0.0017 @10 GHz, products provide…
News
October 21, 2017 by Stephen Law

Hong Kong electronic fairs carry on despite cyclone

Survey reveals industry expects audio visual products to benefit from smart homes
Product
October 18, 2017 by Stephen Law

Push-in wire connectors serve as alternative to traditional twist-on style

BLOCKMASTER WPC300 Clear Connects Series of push-in wire connectors provide a fast and easy alternative to traditional twist-on wire connectors, now available for LED lighting applications.  Suitable for prefabricated wiring systems, products provide screwless connection technology. Installers no longer have…
News
October 16, 2017 by EP&T Magazine

Sun Chemical enters license agreement with NRC, GGI

Plan is to introduce new screen printable molecular inks
Product
October 12, 2017 by Stephen Law

Thermal management materials get re-branded

LORD CoolTherm brand of thermal management solutions and technical services includes products that deliver customized materials that can help electric and hybrid vehicle manufacturers worldwide manage heat issues and increase power density. Product brand spans a variety of thermal management…
News
October 11, 2017 by EP&T Magazine

Myant commits $100M to advanced manufacturing supercluster

Myant is focused on partnering with companies and institutions in order to democratize manufacturing in the functional and computing textile industry and support innovation to make it more accessible to educators, inventors, students, medical professionals, researchers, and idea makers who will enhance the fabric of Canada
Feature
October 10, 2017 by Wally Johnson, VP finance, supply and IT, Firstronic

Avoiding supply chain disruption requires an old school approach

The electronics supply chain has now entered the perfect storm. Pre-Harvey and Irma, the passive component (resistors and capacitors) market was already in rough waters. Over the last year, lead-times became unusually long because demand for these parts has grown…