16 Jun, 2022 / Electronics Manufacturing

E-waste recycling for OEMs - a warning and an opportunity

The UK’s Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has repeated its warning that consumers, government and ...

27 May, 2022 / Electronics Manufacturing

Mending our ways; the right to repair movement is taking off

You bought it, you should own it. Period. You should have the right to use it, modify it, and ...

31 Mar, 2022 / Electronics Manufacturing

From Dustbusters to GPS: technology from space exploration

October 4, 1957, in the Kazakh Republic. Sputnik was launched at 20:29 Moscow time—the first object ...

17 Mar, 2022 / Electronics Manufacturing

7 reasons manufacturers are investing in robotics in 2022

robot (noun)  From the English translation of the Czech word robotnik “forced worker”. Karel Čapek ...

How the global supply chain crisis built closer OEM-EMS relationships

Crisis. Bottlenecks. Chaos. These are the results if you dare to Google ‘global supply chain’. And ...

13 Jan, 2022 / Electronics Manufacturing

4 Supply Chain Predictions for 2022

Whilst many remain optimistic that things will start to show signs of improvement throughout 2022, ...

30 Dec, 2021 / Electronics Manufacturing

Plastic injection moulding: hard tooling vs soft tooling

During injection moulding, plastic pellets are melted. Once they are sufficiently malleable, the ...

23 Dec, 2021 / Electronics Manufacturing

Back to the future of manufacturing

If the pandemic taught us anything, it was that change happens quickly. Technology that would have ...

02 Dec, 2021 / Electronics Manufacturing

Reconsidering your supply chain? How about Malaysia?

Over the past half a century, Malaysia has developed from a commodities exporter to becoming an ...

04 Nov, 2021 / Electronics Manufacturing

(No) Power to the people: power cuts in China

Of China’s 23 provinces, 20 are reported to have been affected by power cuts over the past month. ...

27 May, 2022

Mending our ways; the right to repair movement is taking off

27 May, 2022

Mending our ways; the right to repair movement is taking off

You bought it, you should own it. Period. You should have the right to use it, modify it, and repair it wherever, ...

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31 Mar, 2022

From Dustbusters to GPS: technology from space exploration

31 Mar, 2022

From Dustbusters to GPS: technology from space exploration

October 4, 1957, in the Kazakh Republic. Sputnik was launched at 20:29 Moscow time—the first object sent to space. The ...

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17 Mar, 2022

7 reasons manufacturers are investing in robotics in 2022

17 Mar, 2022

7 reasons manufacturers are investing in robotics in 2022

robot (noun)  From the English translation of the Czech word robotnik “forced worker”. Karel Čapek used the word ...

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03 Feb, 2022

How the global supply chain crisis built closer OEM-EMS relationships

03 Feb, 2022

How the global supply chain crisis built closer OEM-EMS relationships

Crisis. Bottlenecks. Chaos. These are the results if you dare to Google ‘global supply chain’. And it’s all true. ...

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13 Jan, 2022

4 Supply Chain Predictions for 2022

13 Jan, 2022

4 Supply Chain Predictions for 2022

Whilst many remain optimistic that things will start to show signs of improvement throughout 2022, unfortunately, the ...

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30 Dec, 2021

Plastic injection moulding: hard tooling vs soft tooling

30 Dec, 2021

Plastic injection moulding: hard tooling vs soft tooling

During injection moulding, plastic pellets are melted. Once they are sufficiently malleable, the pellets are injected ...

Read More
23 Dec, 2021

Back to the future of manufacturing

23 Dec, 2021

Back to the future of manufacturing

If the pandemic taught us anything, it was that change happens quickly. Technology that would have previously taken ...

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02 Dec, 2021

Reconsidering your supply chain? How about Malaysia?

02 Dec, 2021

Reconsidering your supply chain? How about Malaysia?

Over the past half a century, Malaysia has developed from a commodities exporter to becoming an industrial base for ...

Read More
04 Nov, 2021

(No) Power to the people: power cuts in China

04 Nov, 2021

(No) Power to the people: power cuts in China

Of China’s 23 provinces, 20 are reported to have been affected by power cuts over the past month. China’s industrial ...

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