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Articles from Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture (March 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
Air Products increases some prices. 110
Bendable flex laminate. Advertisement 158
Book-to-bill rises, flex strong. 323
Conductive inks for flex circuits: with higher conductivity and lower resistivity, highly conductive silver inks are propelling new flexible applications, from RFID tags to "smart" clothing. Butch, Greg Cover Story 2164
Consumer goods peaking. 102
DKN newsletter accepting news. 85
DownStream touts documentation tool. Shaughnessy, Andy 300
EMS, ODMs to grow 15% AGR through 2009. 114
Events. Calendar 321
Evolve or die. Shaughnessy, Andy 683
Fine Line Technology. Advertisement 168
Flextronics, Nortel finish transfer of Montreal operations. 110
Heavy copper high power circuits. Advertisement 225
High Reliability Boards (Hi. Rel.). Advertisement 264
High Reliability lead-free boards. Advertisement 235
In-house artwork verification: you can save time and money by taking control of your design verification, if you know a few tricks. Shababy, Lou 1535
Interview with Electronics Workbench: now that Electronics Workbench is part of National Instruments, CEO Bill Wignall explains what makes the Toronto EDA company tick and why it should be your simulation tool provider. Heffner, Tracy 5278
It's the customer, stupid! Now's the time to get--or stay--customer-centric. But if it were that easy, everyone would be doing it. Beaulieu, Dan 809
Laser marking tool. 80
Lead-free solder alloy. 82
National Instruments buys Electronics Workbench. Shaughnessy, Andy 318
Production ends 3-month lag. 205
Sierra Proto rolls out new technologies. 174
Soldermask: it's not just green anymore whether it's to identify revision changes or to look trendy in a see-through box, soldermask is taking on a rainbow of colors. But your processes will have to change with the hues. Williams, Jody 1945
Steve "Pork Chop" Toothacre. Shaughnessy, Andy 224
Strength in a downturn: good show, Tokyo. But flex is still carrying the load. Numakura, Dominique K. 1201
The future of CAD libraries, Part II: Part of our story about the creation of the land pattern standard IPC-7351. Is this the future of CAD libraries? You decide. Hausherr, Tom 1824
The return of the brainteaser interview: puzzles that challenge your logical thinking are back. Correct answers may not be required. Daywalt, Ted 805
Transitioning to lead-free assemblies: convergence on a single lead-free alloy means studying compatibility (backward and forward), and materials and process development. Handwerker, Carol 2096
Waste not, want not: don't refocus on another niche market just yet. First, eliminate all possible waste in your shop. Bigelow, Peter 909
When should I worry about lossy lines? If you've been wondering when lossy lines start to become problematic, read on. Bogatin, Eric 665
Who's this issue's expert? 312
Winning defense. 167

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