The only thing I like more than a good win-win situation is when there’s a win-win-win. That was the conclusion I drew when I discovered how Pantec Automation, which designs and manufactures control systems for machines, used E3.series to almost halve its manufacturing times.
When Renishaw decided to migrate to Zuken’s latest PCB design suite in 2016, a main driver was the suite’s capabilities for designing and analysing their next-generation flexible PCBs.
French company Techno MAP joins recent members M-Sport, HCI Systems, Teepee Electrical and others who have adopted E3.series based on peer recommendations about the tool’s flexibility, ease of adoption and increased productivity.
Tech start-ups are dominated by twenty-somethings high on enthusiasm but low on experience. So what does it look like when an experienced electronics engineer leaves corporate security to form his own IoT-focused company?
Specialist print machinery company Müller Martini is adapting to meet the change in the printing world by helping their customers to deliver flexible products. This is reflected in the way they design new, modular products, partly made possible by flexible software such as E3.series.