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Epec Now Offering PCB Layout and Design Services
Friday, July 21, 2017
Epec Engineered Technologies, one of America's oldest printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturers located outside of Boston, MA, announced today their latest offering of PCB layout and design services to their customers. Founded in 1952, Epec has a long history with circuit boards and the PCB industry. Over the past 65 years, Epec has worked on countless circuit board parts for some of the top tier OEMs in the electronics industry. From having PCBs on the Apollo 11 spaceflight, which landed the first humans on Earth's Moon, to their recent advancements in heavy and extreme copper circuit boards, Epec's sixty-five year history of innovation has truly made them a thought leader amongst the electronics community. Epec's PCB layout and design services encompass a full design flow including...(Full Article)
Finding the right PCB manufacturer
Monday, July 10, 2017
Considering the printed circuit board often acts as the "brain" of a device, selecting the right one for a project is a critical step. Finding a PCB source becomes an equally critical component of the device's design and construction. The size, shape, and complexity of the PCB depends on the intended function it will serve. Many PCBs will populate a broader, larger panel so more features are enabled than a single PCB can provide. In many industries, PCB construction must comply with national and international standards, such as Restriction of Hazardous Substances and Underwriters' Laboratories standards. Consequently, many manufacturers are careful to ensure their PCB products comply with current requirements. Virtually every industry uses PCBs, so there are as many variations of PC...(Full Article)
The top U.S. printed circuit board companies making an impact in 2017
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
The printed circuit board (PCB) industry is creating a spark in the U.S manufacturing sector, with sales growth nearly three times that of the national average in the industrial sector. The PCB industry is thriving especially in the West, with 37% of U.S. PCB manufacturers located in this region. Because the industry is thriving, so is job creation: 44% of companies in the West have reported employee growth over the past year and approximately 40% of PCB manufacturing employees are located in this region. As for companies that are actively growing and hiring new people, IndustryNet lists the "Top 10 U.S. Companies Reporting Employee Growth" over the past twelve months. These companies are: 1. Magna Electronics Technology, Inc. of Holly, Michigan with 500 current employees; 2. TTM...(Full Article)
An insider look at the printed circuit board industry; growth outpaces U.S.
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
According to new IndustryNet data, the printed circuit board (PCB) industry has been gaining strength across America's industrial sector, with sustained growth reported in both sales and employment over the past year. As of April 2017, PCB companies from across the country employed over 45,000 workers, netting annual employment growth of just under one percent. In three industry sub-sectors, the expansion added jobs, including the assembly sub-sector (adding 3.20 percent more jobs over last year): manufacturing equipment (1.8 percent), and PCBs in general (.41 percent). The PCB design industry showed no gains, and the PCB repair industry was down approximately five percent in its employment numbers from last year. On a per company basis, Mentor Graphics of Wilsonville, OR has the mos...(Full Article)
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