Electronic devices and the circuit boards that control them are trending smaller and faster all the time. High-speed applications operate at increasing frequencies within the radio and microwave ranges of the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum. The result is slick consumer and industrial electronics but the challenge for designers lies in controlling EM radiation emissions and the impact they can have on performance.
It might seem obvious that transferring the tool you’re using now is easier and less expensive, but that’s not always the case.
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CEP Technologies provides a range of cleaning methods that meet ISO 16232 standards.
The rising popularity of semi-autonomous and “smart” vehicles means drastic changes to equipment and components in new cars. Here’s our take on the situation.
Electromagnetic and radio frequency interference have always been a concern with electronics, but with more devices in proximity to each other and more computing power housed in each, radiation and sensitivity to emissions are more critical than ever before.
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Most new parts change several times as they evolve from a conceptual drawing to a physical object in the real world. By the time a new part is ready for prototyping, you’ve made drawings, calculations, and prepared extensive documentation (and if you’re working within the automotive industry, you’ve also spent countless hours on the Production…
By developing a good working relationship with your stamper you can save money and get added value for your investment.
As OEMs and aftermarket equipment companies tighten tolerances, manufacturers face the challenge of producing stamped parts that meet and exceed their customers’ requirements. Poor die design along with scrapped or reworked parts cost everyone involved time and money. It’s critical to get it right the first time and every time.