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“Sunstone Circuits shares our values and standards,” said Hagan. “That’s why we chose them to be our RF circuit manufacturer.”
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Sunstone helped aerospace engineer Miki Szmuk to build highly functional PCBs for small, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
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The number of engineering changes is also a top challenge of PCB design. A strategy that enables designers to obtain early insight into behavior, allows them to catch problems earlier in the process.
Four Strategies for Becoming Your Own, Best PCB Designer. PCB Design for Smarties shares our expertise on the PCB process, helping you move forward to your next project confident there will be smooth sailing from design through manufacturing.
Best Practices for Ensuring a Smooth, Successful Manufacturing Process. Second in our 4-part series of white papers, Prototyping for Smarties examines how to align your prototyping strategy with business requirements.
How to avoid common manufacturing
pitfalls that can cause delay, create cost overruns, and impact quality.
The need for smaller, more complex boards used in smartphones, tablets, and other handheld devices translates into less real estate for greater functionality.
This paper will examine the challenges and best practices associated with matching your design requirements to a manufacturer's capabilities.
In this paper, we will explore the impact
of Lean on the PCB industry, including how it may help provide a competitive advantage.
Where is the gap between hand
assembly and outsourced assembly?
And where does the purchase of a
stencil fit in bridging that gap?
Demands on PCBs keep increasing. The need for smaller, more complex boards used in smartphones, tablets, and other handheld devices translates into less real estate for greater functionality.
Sunstone Circuits’ technological collaboration with Digi‐Key Corporation and NXP Semiconductor provides Sunstone PCB123 CAD users access to ready‐made, certified parts symbols
Small steps can yield big dividends in the never-ending quest for process improvement.
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