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62 DESIGN007 MAGAZINE I OCTOBER 2022 Standard of Excellence: We're Working Together—and It Shows E Now more than ever we need to work with one another. e times have evolved to where no one can do it alone. All the challenges brought on by the pandemic have only accelerated the need for finding new and innovative ways to work together. Nano Dimension Reports 1,268% Revenue Increase in 2Q22 E Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading supplier of additively manufactured electronics (AME) and multi-dimensional metal and ceramic additive manufacturing (AM) 3D printers, announced financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2022. Happy's Tech Talk #11: An Update on Inkjet Technologies E Since the first inkjet printer appeared from Hewlett-Packard in 1980, engineers have been trying to use it in printed circuit manufactur- ing. e first successful application was by HP PCB engineers in 1983 that created an inkjet printer mechanism to serialize each PCB with a unique S/N for traceability. Møn Print Joins ICAPE Group E From the 29th of August, Møn Print A/S joins ICAPE Group's worldwide organization to become ICAPE Denmark. Alun Morgan: Price Increases Are Here to Stay E Barry Matties and Nolan Johnson recently spoke with Alun Morgan, technology ambassa- dor at Ventec International Group and president of EIPC, about global supply chain challenges, as well as efforts by government and industry to mitigate some of these issues. LPKF ProtoLaser H4 Accelerates PCB Prototyping E e ProtoLaser H4 has more than 45 years of experience in the mechanical processing of printed circuit boards and more than 30 years in laser processing. Altix Receives Repeat AcuReel Contact Printer Order E Altix is delighted to deepen its ties with Elco- flex, a European pioneer in roll-to-roll pro- duction. eir latest development efforts are targeted to mass produce IoT devices such as smart labels, printed batteries, and superca- pacitors. ITEQ Reports Lower July Sales E ITEQ Corp., a Taiwan-based manufacturer of high-performance copper clad laminate (CCL) materials used for the fabrication of printed cir- cuit boards (PCBs), has posted sales of NT$2.2 billion ($72.35 million at $1=NT$30.45) for July, down by 13% from the previous month and by 25.4% year-on-year (YoY ). Rogers Corporation to Highlight Materials for Millimeter Wave Designs at PCB West 2022 E Rogers Corporation will exhibit at PCB West in Santa Clara, California, highlighting some of its high-performance circuit materials used in multilayer structures which include a family of thin laminates and bonding materials.

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