Eliminate Stress for Good With These Depaneling Tips

Depaneling is a process used by PCB manufacturers to unpackage shipments of circuit boards without damaging them. Manufacturers can save a lot of time and money in the long run if this process is done effectively. Depaneling can be a complicated process sometimes, as there are many different types of circuit boards and methods of depaneling. This can lead to unnecessary stress which will make the whole process a lot less fun than it needs to be. Here are some of the different types of depaneling and how to avoid stress during each one.

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Top 3 Automotive Trends You Need To Watch In 2017

As the world of automobiles continues to grow, shift, and change with the times, surprising new trends are emerging that could have far-reaching implications for the world of automotive engineering, according to The Ohio State University.

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Automakers Introduced to Door Module that Could Disrupt Weight Reduction Programs

Weight reduction is a huge consideration for all automakers today. Governmental regulations are requiring cars to be increasingly more fuel-efficient, and lowering the weight of cars wherever possible is an economical way to ensure that fuel efficiency guidelines are easy to pass.

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Car Weight: The Future is Lightweight

The struggle for fuel economy is the future of car manufacturing. Federal fuel economy standards are becoming increasingly strict especially for newly manufactured vehicles. Emissions must be reduced, fuel economy increased, and sales must continue to rise.

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Saving Weight: The Auto Industry’s Hunt for More Polypropylene-based Components

Weight reduction is essential in today’s automotive market. Governmental regulations in both the US and the EU require drastically increased fuel economy passenger vehicles must hit a standard of over 54 mpg in the US by 2025. Decreasing vehicle weight and increasing fuel efficiency in traditionally powered internal combustion cars are vital for the future of automotive design.

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