Screaming Circuits: December 2016

PROTOTYPE AND SMALL VOLUME
PCB ASSEMBLY MADE EASY

Top-ten PCB Assembly tips for 2016

I've already written my top-ten predictions for the coming decade, in this blog post. But, while predictions might be fun to muse upon, they really won't help you get your job done. My top-ten8 pieces of PCB assembly advice for... Read more

Suspect Thru-hole Packaging

Surface mount components are carefully packaged up in strips, tubes, or trays, because they're machine assembled. The assembly robots need order and organization to properly do their job. Thu-hole parts, on the other hand, are almost always manually inserted by... Read more

My top ten predictions for 2026 - Cyborgs are upon us

In the year 2525... Not long ago, social speculators talked about how the younger generation grew up with computers, the Internet, and cell phones; that they have fully integrated this technology into their lives. I would maintain that today, it's... Read more

How Much of that part number is important?

Part numbers are incredibly important, but can also be incredibly annoying and confusing. Obviously, we all need them, but it would be nice if there were some semblance of a standard. Well, there are some standards, like capacitor grades and... Read more

Today in tech history....

It’s a no-brainer that we would not be as advanced as we are today if it was not for J Presper Eckert and John Mauchly—what? Oh, you know who they are. Read more

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