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Eltek Ltd., a global manufacturer and supplier of technologically advanced solutions in the field of printed circuit boards, reported that it has resumed making deliveries to its customers after a fire in one of the production rooms in the Company's plant in Petach-Tikva. The Company is utilizing an alternative production line to complete its production process while continuing its efforts to complete the repair of the damaged production line. The Company is in communication with its customers in order to prioritize deliveries and avoid critical delays.
The Company is also in contact with its insurance company with respect to the compensation to be paid for the damages caused by the fire.
Sean Nachnani, NextFlex
Emerging innovations in the flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) domain are enabling new applications across multiple industries due to their highly flexible structures and additive manufacturing processes. The smaller form factor, lighter weight, and conformal capabilities are ideal for IoT edge devices in health and fitness monitoring, military asset identification and tracking, automotive displays and sensors, aerospace radar, and soft robotics. Significant industry research led by NextFlex is optimizing the processes from design through manufacture for FHE products.
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First, we asked you to send in your questions for Happy Holden, Joe Fjelstad, John Mitchell, and others in our “Just Ask” series. Now, it’s Tara Dunn’s turn! Tara is the vice president of marketing and business development for Averatek. A regular Flex007 columnist, Tara discusses flexible circuits, rigid-flex, and rigid PCBs, as well as RF/microwave technology, microelectronics, and additive processes. She is also co-founder of Geek-a-Palooza and a show manager for the SMTA Additive Electronics TechXchange event. She has over 20 years of experience in the PCB industry. We hope you enjoy “Just Ask Tara.”