Green Electronics Manufacturing

Green electronics manufacturing refers to multidisciplinary approaches aimed at reducing the energy and material intensiveness of electronics manufacturing processes. Examples of green electronics manufacturing disciplines include ...

Author: John X. Wang

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439826690

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 360

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Going "green" is becoming a major component of the mission for electronics manufacturers worldwide. While this goal seems simplistic, it poses daunting dilemmas. Yet, to compete effectively in the global economy, manufacturers must take the initiative to drive this crucial movement. Green Electronics Manufacturing: Creating Environmental Sensible P

Design for Excellence in Electronics Manufacturing

This counterfeiting problem has been exacerbated by waste electrical and electronic equipment ( WEEE ) as more devices are ... Source of Components Probability of Counterfeit Risk of failure 0.02 % $ 10K to $ 100K Component manufacturer ...

Author: Cheryl Tulkoff

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119109389

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 400

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An authoritative guide to optimizing design for manufacturability and reliability from a team of experts Design for Excellence in Electronics Manufacturing is a comprehensive, state-of-the-art book that covers design and reliability of electronics. The authors—noted experts on the topic—explain how using the DfX concepts of design for reliability, design for manufacturability, design for environment, design for testability, and more, reduce research and development costs and decrease time to market and allow companies to confidently issue warranty coverage. By employing the concepts outlined in Design for Excellence in Electronics Manufacturing, engineers and managers can increase customer satisfaction, market share, and long-term profits. In addition, the authors describe the best practices regarding product design and show how the practices can be adapted for different manufacturing processes, suppliers, use environments, and reliability expectations. This important book: Contains a comprehensive review of the design and reliability of electronics Covers a range of topics: establishing a reliability program, design for the use environment, design for manufacturability, and more Includes technical information on electronic packaging, discrete components, and assembly processes Shows how aspects of electronics can fail under different environmental stresses Written for reliability engineers, electronics engineers, design engineers, component engineers, and others, Design for Excellence in Electronics Manufacturing is a comprehensive book that reveals how to get product design right the first time.

Electronics Manufacturing with Lead Free Halogen Free and Conductive Adhesive Materials

Ray , U . , I . Artaki , D . W . Finley , G . M . Wenger , T . Pan , H . D . Blair , J . M . Nicholson , and P . T . Vianco , “ Assessment of Circuit Board Surface Finishes for Electronic Assembly with Lead - Free Solders , " SMI 96 ...

Author: John Lau

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071386246

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 700

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An engineer's guidebook demonstrating non-toxic electronics manufacturing processes

3d Printing And Additive Manufacturing Of Electronics Principles And Applications

The advantages of conventional electronics include: (1) High resolution: The current state-of-the-art technology for manufacturing conventional electronics can produce very high-resolution features. For instance, the ICs have feature ...

Author: Chee Kai Chua

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789811218378

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 384

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3D printed electronics have captured much attention in recent years, owing to their success in allowing on-demand fabrication of highly-customisable electronics on a wide variety of substrates and conformal surfaces. This textbook helps readers understand and gain valuable insights into 3D printed electronics. It does not require readers to have any prior knowledge on the subject.3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing of Electronics: Principles and Applications provides a comprehensive overview of the recent progress and discusses the fundamentals of the 3D printed electronics technologies, their respective advantages, shortcomings and potential applications. The book covers conventional contact printing techniques for printed electronics, 3D electronics printing techniques, materials and inks inks for 3D-printed electronics, substrates and processing for 3D-printed electronics, sintering techniques for metallic nanoparticle inks, designs and simulations, applications of 3D-printed electronics, and future trends. The book includes several related problems for the reader to test his or her understanding of the topics.This book is a good guide for anyone who is interested in the 3D printing of electronics. The book is also an effective textbook for undergraduate and graduate courses that aim to arm their students with a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of 3D printed electronics.

Electrohydrodynamic Direct Writing for Flexible Electronic Manufacturing

Flexible electronics manufacturing consists of the preparation of materials, deposition, patterning, encapsulation, and the development of micro- and nanoscale patterning techniques for fabricating proper structures on surfaces is ...

Author: Zhouping Yin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811047596

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 194

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This book provides an overview of essential research on and developments in the electrohydrodynamic (EHD) direct-writing technique and its applications. Firstly, it presents mechano- and helix electrospinning methods to achieve direct writing of straight/serpentine micro/nano fibers in high resolution. Secondly, it examines functional inks and multi nozzle arrays for EHD printing, which are used to efficientlyform patterns and devices. Thirdly, the book discusses the various control methods adopted in the context of EHD to improve the controllability of the electrospun fibers. Lastly, it addresses the equipment used in EHD printing and its applications, while also outlining challenges for the field’s future development. Combining academic and industrial viewpoints, the book provides in-depth information for experienced researchers, as well as a valuable guide for those just entering the field.

A Study of the Problem of Small Electronics Manufacturing Companies in Southern California

Besides the cooperation of the individual firms, special mention should be made of the courtesy extended by the Western Electronic Manufacturers Association through its manager, Mr. Edward Koehler; and the Merchants and Manufacturers ...

Author: San Diego State College. Bureau of Business and Economic Research


ISBN: UOM:35128000446714



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Manufacturing Technology in the Electronics Industry

Many electronic manufacturing companies nolonger manufacture their ownprinted circuitboards for production. Thisis because itis usuallycheaper to purchase boards fromaspecialist bareboard manufacturer.

Author: P. Edwards

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401131308

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 248

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The sequence of events which led to the writing of this book started at a seminar on Manufacturing Technology in the Electronics Industry given by the Institution of Production Engineers in 1987. The seminar identified that the field of manufacturing engineering for the electronics industry was effectively missing from the vast majority of production engineering degree courses. The reason for this was that production engineering departments typically spring from mechanical engineering departments. This leads to a mechanical bias in the practical aspects of such courses. The consequence of this was that electronics companies could not recruit graduates with both relevant production engineering and electronic engineering backgrounds. This necessitated either recruiting production engineering graduates and giving them the necessary electronic engineering training, or giving production engineering training to electronic engineering graduates. A consequence of the lack of courses in a subject is that there is also a lack of relevant textbooks in the area, as most textbooks are intended to tie into courses. In the field of manufacturing technology for the electronics industry, existing textbooks tend to be highly specialized and mainly concerned with the fabrication of semiconductor devices.

Robotics for Electronics Manufacturing

" Dr. Rich Mahoney, Director of Robotics, Engineering & Systems Division, SRI International From the history and evolution of cleanroom automation to the latest applications and industry standards, this book provides the only available ...

Author: Karl Mathia

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521876520

Category: Science

Page: 238

View: 574


"I have never come across a single book that explains the history, design, and use of cleanroom robotics for electronics manufacturing so thoroughly. This is a must read for anyone designing cleanroom equipment for electronics manufacturing!" Jeff Baird, Director of Engineering, Adept Technology, inc "A must read for anyone working on semiconductor or flat panel robotics. This book captures theory, applications, and best practices." Dr. Martin P. Aalund, Director NPI Engineering, KLA-Tencor Corp. "The definitive reference for cleanroom robotics, as well as a practical guide for anyone who wishes to go beyond theory to the economic justifications and real-world commercial requirements to deploy robot technology." Dr. Rich Mahoney, Director of Robotics, Engineering & Systems Division, SRI International From the history and evolution of cleanroom automation to the latest applications and industry standards, this book provides the only available complete overview of robotics for electronics manufacturing. Numerous real-world examples enable you to learn from professional experience, maximize the design quality, and avoid expensive design pitfalls. You'll also get design guidelines and hands-on tips for reducing design time and cost, Compliance with industry and de-facto standards for design, assembly, and handling is stressed throughout, and detailed discussions of recommended materials for atmospheric and vacuum robots are included to help shorten product development cycles and avoid expensive material testing.

Manpower Requirements in Electronics Manufacturing

THE DECADE AHEAD Long - term employment forecasts are hazardous under any circumstances , but especially so for the electronics manufacturing industries . The future of these industries in the New York Metropolitan Area will be shaped ...

Author: New York (State). Division of Employment. Bureau of Research and Statistics



Category: Electronic industries

Page: 154

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Design for Manufacturing and Assembly

... Assembly 37 2.4.2 General DFA Principles 38 2.4.3 General mechanical DFA guidelines 41 2.4.4 General electro-mechanical DFA guidelines 42 2.4.5 Design for Manual Assembly 42 2.4.6 Electronics Assembly 44 2.4.7 Design for Electronics ...

Author: O. Molloy

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780412781902

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 205

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In order to compete in the current commercial environment companies must produce greater product variety, at lower cost, all within a reduced product life cycle. To achieve this, a concurrent engineering philosophy is often adopted. In many cases the main realization of this is Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFM/A). There is a need for in-depth study of the architectures for DFM/A systems in order that the latest software and knowledge-based techniques may be used to deliver the DFM/A systems of tomorrow. This architecture must be based upon complete understanding of the issues involved in integrating the design and manufacturing domains. This book provides a comprehensive view of the capabilities of advanced DFM/A systems based on a common architecture.

Electronic Packaging and Production

... Japan's most important trade shows for electronics manufacturing. Internepcon Japan is known throughout the electronics industry for bringing together the best in surface mount technology and other electronic product applications.



ISBN: UIUC:30112008143734

Category: Electronic apparatus and appliances


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Routledge Revivals The World Electronics Industry 1990

While greatly influenced by the erosion of competitive production costs in Japan, it would be erroneous to infer that the 'internationalisation' of electronics manufacturing was solely spurred by this factor.

Author: Daniel Todd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351264303

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 354

View: 553


First published in 1990, this book provides an overview of the global distribution of the electronics industry and the structural factors which promoted this distribution by the end of the 1980s. Regarded as a ‘flagship’ sector in both advanced and developing countries, the electronics industry is encouraged by governments everywhere. Covering both the civilian and the military sides of the industry, Professor Todd reflects on the future of civilian electronics in the light of its global segmentation, and hints at the fundamental role of governments in the unfolding of both civilian and defence-electronics developments. He also endorses the overwhelming significance of strategies being played by electronics enterprises in both the USA and Japan.

Globalization of Defense Materials and Manufacturing

R&D consortia are critical to the electronics industry. Collaboration is essential and can include either bilateral or larger groups. Pfahl said that the International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (INEMI) is a large R&D ...

Author: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 9780309475464

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 120

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Emerging economies, social and political transitions, and new ways of doing business are changing the world dramatically. To be the leader in this competitive climate, a defense manufacturing enterprise will require up-to-date capabilities, which include improvements in materials processing, among other things. Also, national and international efforts to mitigate environmentally harmful effects of industrial processes and to improve decision making for handling and disposing of industrial contaminants adds additional requirements for any future efforts. The objective of retaining high-value materials-related manufacturing as a key national competitive capability implies a number of factors. The value of specific manufacturing capabilities could be defined not only in terms of criticality to defense systems but also in relation to technology and knowledge content, importance as a supplier to other industries, and importance to U.S. exports. Requested by Department of Defense (DoD) communities, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine held a workshop in March 2015 to further explore materials and manufacturing processes. The participants explored changes in the global R&D landscape, technology awareness mechanismsâ€"both DoD's mechanisms and other modelsâ€"and collaboration models and issues in R&D. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop.

Manufacturing Technologies for Machines of the Future

The use of the microflame as a heat source for electronics manufacturing is restricted to only a few soldering tasks due to high temperatures of about 3000°C, which might damage adjacent components or the base material.

Author: Anatoli I. Dashchenko

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642557767

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 820

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The most up-to-date view of manufacturing technologies. Written by leading experts from the USA, Europe, and Asia, both handbook and CD-ROM cover a wide range of topics ranging from industrial management and organization to automation and control, from mechanical to electronical technology, and from machine tools to the consumer goods industry. It gives a unique interdisciplinary and global presentation of material and combines, for the first time, theoretical and significant practical results from the last decades of the most important branches of machine building. Its broad coverage appeals to the highly skilled scientific expert as well as the experienced design engineer, and to undergraduate and advanced students.

Introduction to Printed Electronics

Printed electronics (PE) has emerged as one of the key technologies not only for electronics but also for all kinds of electrically controlled machines and equipment. PE is a technology that merges electronics manufacturing and ...

Author: Katsuaki Suganuma

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461496250

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 124

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This book describes in detail modern technologies for printed electronics, explaining how nanotechnology and modern printing technology are merging to revolutionize electronics fabrication of thin, lightweight, large and inexpensive products. Readers will benefit from the explanations of materials, devices and circuits used to design and implement the latest applications of printed electronics, such as thin flexible OLED displays, organic solar cells, OLED lighting, smart wallpaper, sensors, logic, memory and more.

Advances in Micro and Nano Manufacturing and Surface Engineering

In recent times, the demand for the flexible/portable electronics needs a more industrial and scientific attention to explore different manufacturing techniques for the electronics manufacturing. Therefore, exploration of the smart ...

Author: M. S. Shunmugam

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789813294257

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 740

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This volume presents research papers on micro and nano manufacturing and surface engineering which were presented during the 7th International and 28th All India Manufacturing Technology, Design and Research conference 2018 (AIMTDR 2018). The papers discuss the latest advances in miniature manufacturing, the machining of miniature components and features as well as improvement of surface properties. This volume will be of interest to academicians, researchers, and practicing engineers alike.