Users constantly demand more from their electronic devices. Now more than ever they want smaller, sleeker, lightweight designs that are capable of processing at optimal speed. All that increased power consumption generates heat, and excess heat inhibits performance and reliability. With the demand for thermal management solutions on
the rise, this paper takes a closer look at how to approach the challenge.
Value Analysis / Value Engineering (VA/VE). A relatively simple set of ideas that could have a drastic impact on your business and your customers. At it's core, VA/VE is a set of processes that work together to balance customer expectations, value-driven marketing, engineering development and overall profitability.
Selecting the right thermal management materials for your appliance or HVAC application can be a daunting process especially when there are dozens, if not hundreds of options out there each with their own set of pluses and minuses. What if you could take a step back and look at this challenge through the eyes of a materials converter?
Welcome back to the latest edition of Faces of JBC, the blog series where we take a moment to shine the spotlight on the people that work hard every day to help make us a success. Today, we are heading out to the production floor to talk to one of our hard-working production associates. It's our pleasure to introduce to you Corey Spanos.
Welcome back to the latest edition of Faces of JBC, the blog series where we take a moment to shine the spotlight on the people that work hard every day to help make us a success. Today, we are heading out to the production floor to talk to one of our dedicated Lead Operators. It's our pleasure to introduce to you Ray Michalak.
In our ongoing Q & A blog series, we feature insight from our strategic suppliers and the performance materials we can custom die-cut into components that solve critical design challenges like automotive noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH), bonding, fastening, sealing, and gasketing. Today's post is all about the benefits of pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs) and features an interview with Avery Dennison Performance Tapes design and applications engineer Michael Price.