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NPI back on Schedule after ECO

Jan 21, 2008

Added Trace under BGA

Added Trace under BGA

Missing NPI schedules frustrates the OEM and EMS provider. Engineering Changes (ECOs) on the PCB can delay NPI by weeks. Additive Circuits, Inc. has used it's technology to accomplish added traces and SMT pads and reduce existing pad dimensions. By modifying the PCB prior to assembly changes such as BGA pad connections can be done with little or no impact on assembly or schedules. Vist us at http://www.additive.com

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Additive Circuits, Inc. Makes BGA Modification Break-through, Adds New Conductors

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Eliminate Hand Rework

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Matt Tringhese Named Director of Program Manufacturing for Libra Industries

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Europlacer Expands its Manufacturing Facility in France.

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Europlacer Appoints Giantec in Taiwan

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SAKI America Appoints Alex Malek as Vice President Sales & Service, North America

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Flawless transition in SEHO Product Management

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ZESTRON Celebrates 25 Years of Globally Leading Innovation

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