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90 DESIGN007 MAGAZINE I SEPTEMBER 2023 Our library is open 24/7/365. Visit us at: High Performance Materials by Michael Gay, Isola This book provides the reader with a clearer picture of what to know when selecting which material is most desirable for their upcoming products and a solid base for making material selection decisions. Get your copy now! The Companion Guide to... Flex and Rigid-Flex Fundamentals This compact guide, written as a companion to The Printed Circuit Designer's Guide to... Flex and Rigid-Flex Fundamentals by topic experts at American Standard Circuits, is designed to provide additional insights and best practices for those who design or utilize flexible and/or rigid-flex circuit boards. Topics covered include trace routing options, guidelines for process optimization, dynamic flexing applications, rigid-to-flex transition and more. Find out what it's all about. Thermal Management with Insulated Metal Substrates, Vol. 2 by Didier Mauve and Robert Art, Ventec International Group This book covers the latest developments in the field of thermal management, particularly in insulated metal substrates, using state-of-the-art products as examples and focusing on specific solutions and enhanced properties of IMS. Add this essential book to your library. Designing for Reality by Matt Stevenson, Sunstone Circuits Based on the wisdom of 50 years of PCB manufacturing at Sunstone Circuits, this book is a must-have reference for designers seeking to understand the PCB manufacturing process as it relates to their design. Designing for manufacturability requires understanding the production process fundamentals and factors within the process. Read it now! NEW! Manufacturing Driven Design by Max Clark, Siemens This book introduces a new process workflow for optimizing your design called Manu- facturing Driven Design (MDD) and is a distinct evolution from DFM. When defining Manufacturing Driven Design, it is important to recognize that this is, foremost, an element of the design stage. Manufacturing certainly plays a critical role in this process change, and manufacturers do certainly benefit from the improved process, but it is design teams that ultimately own their overall product workflow; they are the ones who need to drive this shift. Design teams are already invested in the success of their prod- uct; they just need to be empowered to control all the factors that go into this success. Get empowered now!

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