IPC’s market research regularly unearths interesting findings that may reveal golden opportunities for electronics manufacturers. Here are some of the latest discoveries of interest to North American PCB fabricators: Continue reading “IPC Market Research Reveals Opportunities for U.S. PCB Manufacturers”
IPC-2581 is a standard near and dear to our hearts here at Sierra Circuits. In fact, we have an entire page dedicated to it on our blog. I recently wrote a blog post for EETimes on additional benefits IPC-2581 will bring to quickturn PCB fabrication. Here are the first few paragraphs. Continue reading “IPC-2581B Facilitates Quickturn PCB Fabrication”
PCB manufacturers often find that important details are unclear or missing from the designs customers submit, and such projects can’t move forward until the designers are reached for clarification. In many of those cases, it is the way design data are organized and conveyed that is ultimately to blame. Continue reading “IPC-2581B Will Ease the Information Transfer of PCB Stackups”
Sierra Circuits is proud to be active at several PCB West events, including presenting, hosting, and exhibiting. As members of the IPC-2581 Consortium, we are also proud to be participating in their annual passport program.
Continue reading “The IPC-2581 Consortium at PCB West”
Would a book be convenient if the chapters weren’t bound, were scattered among different locations, required translation, and handwritten? That’s akin to what PCB manufacturers face every day when piecing together Gerber files, drill files, board drawings, notations, netlists, BOMs, and pick-and-place coordinate files, to interpret what designers expect them to build. Continue reading “IPC-2581: A Bridge to PLM”
EPTAC Corporation recently announced a partnership with the IPC Designer Certification Program. IPC Design Certification instructors will be providing IPC Designer Certification throughout the North American market. Continue reading “EPTAC Teams with IPC Designer Certification Program”