From additive manufacturing to autonomous vehicles, figuring out the next big thing is no small chore.
With the last quarter underway and all eyes beginning to contemplate what and how to do better in the year to come, one of my focuses is trying to identify which technology will be the next big thing – one that will either transform or disrupt doing business as I know it.
The simplest motivational measures can go a long way with tomorrow’s workers.
As the challenges of training evolve, so does the definition of lean.
An organization cannot become lean without tons of training.
Supply chain fatigue taking hold? It’s all in a day’s work.
Are we about to return to an era of rapid inflation escalations?
When you have been around the block as many times as me, events eerily remind you of similar events from a different time. Or, as legendary baseball player Yogi Berra supposedly said, “It’s like déjà vu all over again!”
Old fabrication equipment never dies. It keeps getting reengineered for the future.
How far can you push the envelope? I have asked myself that question for years as I watch the advancement of technology and the fabricated PCBs that anchor that technology. And just when it appears a new and insurmountable challenge has come along, our industry devises a creative solution that catapults us even further ahead.
Ask only for what you need for practical decision-making.
Haverhill, MA, February 8, 2018. IMI, Inc. announced today that they have acquired a Schmoll Modul Single Spindle drilling machine. This sophisticated drilling system will add to IMI’s capability and will enable IMI to continue to offer world-class drilling registration on higher layer count product as well as when fabricating on demanding PTFE laminates.
Haverhill, MA: IMI, Inc., a leading provider of technologically-advanced Commercial, Military and RF/Microwave (Teflon) printed circuit boards has received the AS 9100D/ISO-9001:2015 registration for its Haverhill, Massachusetts facility. AS9100 is an internationally recognized aerospace industry standard for quality assurance in design, development, production, and service.
Haverhill, MA, July 24, 2017. IMI, Inc. announced today that they have acquired and installed a Miva 2000L High Speed Direct Imaging system. This sophisticated LED direct imaging system will enable IMI to continue to offer world-class registration on higher layer count product as well as when fabricating on demanding PTFE laminates.