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May 2017 • The PCB Magazine 109 5 PCB Technology Requirements for Millimeter-Wave Interconnect and Antenna The work done by Optiprint AG in sup- port of MiWaveS substantiates that PCB technology can satisfy the engineer- ing requirements for mmW circuitry pro- viding the manufacturing capabilities can match the positional accuracy, feature tolerance and sur- face finish requirements. 6 Elmatica's New Technology Results in an Increase for Flex and Rigid-Flex Printed Circuits Elmatica has reported an increase in the demand for flex and rigid-flex boards in the Nordics. New advanced technology requires flexible circuits to fulfill challenging form-factor requirements, elimi- nate connectors and improve performance. 7 MACFEST: Benchmarking a New Solderable PCB Finish New, innovative man- ufacturing procedures have been developed by the recently completed project, Manufacturing Advanced Coating for Future Electronics Sys- Tems (MACFEST), which has been funded by sev- eral partners and the government's Innovate UK. 8 Printed Circuits LLC Pursues Further Capacity and Technology Upgrades to Start 2017 Rigid-flex circuit board manufacturer, Print- ed Circuits has start- ed 2017 with a few en- hancements to their equipment line up, de- signed to increase ca- pacity, improve technical capability and reduce process time for their customers. 9 Weiner's World— March 2017 The CPCA show held at the China International PCB And Assembly Show was moderately busy even though the new venue was not quite ready (no escalators, the "water closets" not fully fin- ished, the heat was only on for a few hours one day). It showcased products for PCB Manufactur- ing, Electronic Assembly Materials and Manufac- turing Services. J EIPC Workshop on PCB BioMEMS The Premier Inn conference centre at Heathrow Air- port was the ven- ue for the EIPC workshop on PCB BioMEMS. What, I hear you ask, is a PCB BioMEMS? This is an abbreviation for bio- medical (or biological) microelectromechanical systems, otherwise known as lab-on-chip. For the latest PCB news and information, visit: PCB007.com

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