DYCONEX has installed a new pre-treatment tunnel machine so it can provide an in-house Multibond process. Today, that process is qualified for flex PCBs and inner layers of rigid products.
Manufacturing Processes for Medical Technology
September 9 - 11, 2014
Electronic technologies and advanced manufacturing
September 18 - 19, 2014
Marylhurst University, Portland, OR, USA
Since 2010, DYCONEX has been actively participating in the FP7-SME-2008-1 IMAGINE Project, which is targeted at strengthening the research capabilities of SMEs and is funded by the European Union (Grant Agreement no.: 231997). This project aims to develop a low-cost/high-performance passive millimeter-wave (MMIC) camera front end that can be put to use in security-screening appli-cations such as airport body scanners.
DYCONEX has leveraged its state-of-the-art high-frequency LCP substrate technology as a re-placement for standard ceramic substrates, thus driving the development of manufacturing methods for compact high-performance broadband mm-wave antennas.
To provide a new platform for information, the consortium is introducing a new project website. It provides information about the IMAGINE Project in general, its participating partners and the tech-nologies being put to use. If you are interest in learning more about the IMAGINE Project and MMIC technology, or if you would like to get in contact with the consortium, please visit the official project website at www.acreo.se/IMAGINE
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