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42 PCB007 MAGAZINE I FEBRUARY 2019 MilAero007 Highlights ILFA Takes Off as Certified Aerospace Supplier E ILFA is a high-tech PCB manufacturer located in Hanover, Germany, for 39 years, and has been working with well-known customers from the aviation and aerospace industry for a long time. Amphenol Invotec Secures Nadcap Approval for its Telford Site E Amphenol Invotec's Telford site has been award- ed Nadcap accreditation. This achievement com- plements the Nadcap Merit status already award- ed to its Tamworth site and represents a clear demonstration of the company's commitment to the highest standards of reliability and quality. Defense Speak Interpreted: PERM—Pb-free Electronics Risk Management E In this column, I explore PERM—the Pb-free Electronics Risk Management Consortium. No, the group members do not all have curly hair! The name was chosen around 2008 by a group of engineers from aerospace, defense, and harsh environment (ADHE) organizations. ESI's Chris Ryder: There's More to Choosing a Laser Than You Think E At the recent HKPCA show, ESI's Chris Ryder, director of product management—HDI—dis- cussed considerations for choosing a new laser system, and how ESI uses its decades of flex and rigid-flex drilling experience to help guide customers in their decision-making process. China Set to Impose Stricter Regulations on PCB Industry E China will implement a new set of strict regu- lations on the operations of the PCB industry on February 1, which may threaten the sur- vival of small- to medium-size makers. Nano Dimension Expands EMEA Presence E Nano Dimension Ltd. has signed contracts with two EMEA-based resellers to market Na- no Dimension's award-winning DragonFly Pro additive manufacturing platform for printed electronics in Belgium, the Netherlands, Lux- emburg (the Benelux region), and Israel. National Circuit Assembly Renews AS9100D Certification E National Circuit Assembly—a provider of PCB, cable, and electromechanical manufacturing and test services to leading OEMs—announced that it successfully completed the recertifica- tion audit for its AS9100D certification. Ventec Recertified to AS9100 Revision D and IATF 16949 E Both Ventec's China and U.K. facilities are cer- tified to AS9100 Revision D quality standard, providing OEM's and PCB fabrication custom- ers servicing the aviation, space, and defense industries access to a fully accredited supply chain for high-reliability laminates and pre- pregs. All Flex Partners with Minnesota Wire for Stretch Flex Technology E All Flex is proud to assist Minnesota Wire with several new exciting technologies expanding their iSTRETCH product line using innovative stretch flex technology. Eltek Reports Revenues of $8.5 Million in 3Q18 E The third quarter of 2018 was the first quar- ter for Eli Yaffe as Eltek's CEO. Revenues were $8.5 million—up 10% from Q3 of 2017—and the net loss decreased to $463,000 from a net loss of $1.2 million in Q3 of 2017.

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