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September 2014 • The PCB Magazine 81 e Wurth Elektronik Embraces Modern Data Formats a new generation of pCb data formats enable a better exchange of data between Cad and Cam. the odb++ and ipC-2581 formats include not only the graphical information for the individual board layers, but a lot of important extra information as well. all of the data required for manufacturing, testing, and assembly are contained in one file. f WuS Invests in Schweizer; Acquires 4.5% Stake following the exclusive, long-term strategic alli- ance for the high frequency (hf) segment, wus printed Circuits Co., ltd. and schweizer electronic ag agreed on a capital transaction with wus ac- quiring 4.5% of schweizer's shares. g HEI Reports 39% Sales Drop in Q2 hei, inc. has announced unaudited financial re- sults for the second quarter of 2014, which ended June 28, 2014. sales in the second quarter of 2014 were $7,940,000, compared to $13,018,000 in the second quarter of 2013. the company gener- ated a net loss of ($429,000) in the second quarter of 2014, compared to a net income of $678,000 in the second quarter of 2013. h Wurth Elektronik Combines Rigid-flex, Impedance Testing when calculating the impedances in rigid-flex printed circuit boards, the rigid and the flexible area must be considered separately. the cause of this is the differing signal behavior due to the sur- rounding materials. würth elektronik uses a spe- cial software that calculates everything one step. i MFLEX Completes Restructuring, Expecting Growth in Q4 "at the mid-point of our guidance range, we ex- pect to generate breakeven net income, exclud- ing impairment and restructuring. with our im- proved cost structure in place, we should see a continued recovery in our profitability as we lever- age anticipated stronger sales volume," said reza meshgin, Ceo. j AT&S Posts Positive Q1 Fy 2014/15 Results the at&s group generated revenue of euro 141.3 million in the first three months of the financial year, which was in line with the previous year's total (Q1 2013/14 euro 142.5 million). earnings before interest ebitda amounted to euro 29.1 million, an increase of 3.6%. Consolidated net in- come for the first quarter rose by 14.6%. For the latest PCB news and information, visit: PCB007.com September 2014 • The PCB Magazine 81

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