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Benefits of Low-Volume Production

Learn how to decrease your time to market as well as reducing risk and cost associated with injection molding. Although low-volume production is typically used at the beginning of the product life cycle, it can also be useful at the end of a products life. In this presentation you will not only learn about plastic injection molding but also liquid silicone rubber, metal and magnesium injection molding. Learn the ins and outs of low volume production and how it can benefit you and your product.

Posted in: Tech Talks, Plastics

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Coming Soon - Delivering Roadworthy Designs: Automotive Electronics Circuit Protection Overview, Applications & Standards

Today’s automotive designs include nearly 100 microprocessors; that number is expected to double in five years. And from in-dash displays to connected technologies to safety systems, all on-board electronics require circuit protection designed-in.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Electronics

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Coming Soon - ZMDI Motor Control Technology – Control and Design for Automotive Exterior Mirror Systems

Demand is expanding for intelligent actuator/motor controllers in industrial, medical, and automotive applications. Often a small form factor and minimal external components are also required. In response, actuator/motor controller ICs with higher levels of built-in functionality, user-configurability, and integrated current and temperature sensing are needed. Many applications, for example automotive, also require safety and diagnostic features, minimized power consumption, and standard communication interfaces.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Motors & Drives

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Coming Soon - How to Avoid PCB Re-spins when IC’s Change or are Obsoleted

It can get ugly out there; you have your expensive military, aerospace, or medical system finalized and deployed and then, someone wants or requires an “upgrade”. Oftentimes it’s simple; however other times the complexity involved can make “Mr. Murphy” blush.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Electronics

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Newly Discovered Property Could Help Keep Computer Chips Cool

The heat that builds up in the shuttling of current in electronics is an important obstacle to packing more computing power into ever-smaller devices; excess heat can cause them to fail or sap their efficiency. Now, X-ray studies at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have for the first time observed an exotic property that could warp the electronic structure of a material in a way that reduces heat buildup and improves performance in ever-smaller computer components.

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3D Projection Improves Robot-to-Human Communication

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a way for robots to project their next action into the 3D world and onto any moving object, such as car parts on an assembly line. The achievement will help to improve human and robot safety in manufacturing scenarios.

Posted in: News, Machinery & Automation, Robotics

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Why You Should Use Multiphysics Simulation

Multiphysics simulation has experienced a dramatic evolution to support the unique and increasingly rigorous demands of today’s engineering industry. COMSOL Multiphysics® provides the tools needed for every engineer, not just simulation experts, to use multiphysics simulation as a means to better understand and optimize their designs while meeting time-to-market goals.

Posted in: Tech Talks, Simulation Software

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