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    Stretchable circuits can change the way we think about electronics applications.

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    "These fibers are slightly wider than a human hair, as stretchable as a rubber band, and yet can sense touch using a capacitive mechanism that is similar to the way touch screens work on tablets and smart phones."

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    A low-temperature solder alloy might be the solution for an application on which you are working.

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    Low temperature alloys are available in a wide variety of solidus temperatures. Here is a selector guide to help you find the perfect alloy for your application.

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  • 09/29/17--21:00: The Age of Gallium Nitride?
  • Reduced materials of construction, reduced materials in the waste stream, reduced waste heat, and reduced energy consumption per equivalent light output; what a tremendous new development!

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    Here are some things you need to know if you are planning on using liquid metal.

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    Our friends at North Carolina State University are at it again – doing interesting things with liquid metals.

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    Jim Hisert, Indium Applications Manager, and Phil Zarrow take a look a liquid metal and its current and potential applications.


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  • 05/16/18--21:00: 2018 SVC TechCon
  • There were many positive changes to the SVC show for 2018 . Here is a little of what you missed if you weren't there.

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    GaIn alloys are non-toxic and not highly reactive, making them ideal for use in many liquid metal applications.

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    We discuss the future of self-healing electronics with Eric Markvicka of Carnegie Mellon University.

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