Dynamic EMS Articles
The miniaturisation trend in PCB assembly
Dynamic EMS is acutely aware of the trends shaping the industry. One trend that has been gaining traction in recent years is the trend towards miniaturisation in Printed Circuit Board Assembly (PCBA).
How can EMS companies keep their supply chain functioning in these difficult times?
As Brexit, the pandemic, the Russian invasion in Ukraine, and rocketing transport, energy and raw material costs all continue to have impact on global supply chains, John Dignan, Managing Director, Dynamic EMS asked what EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) companies can do to mitigate the impact of these issues that are mostly outside their control.
Dynamic EMS turns to manufacture for design
The low-volume environment is challenging, all the industry processes, tools, equipment and even the materials are manufactured and targeted at the high-volume market. Choosing the correct processes is critical and getting it wrong can be costly. Dynamic EMS has a solution.
Solutions for hot shortness
Hot shortness, commonly referred to as partial reflow, is where a connection has been heated close to melt temperatures causing grain boundary weakening. By Gordon McAlpine, Production Manager, Dynamic EMS
Is low volume the key to successful complex assembly production?
In the UK, no Electronics Manufacturing Service Provider (EMS) does low volume / high mix assembly LV/HM quite like Dynamic. As a company, they have made the strategic decision to focus on developing lifetime partnerships throughout the production lifecycle to enable scale, scope, and speed for their customers and their customer’s customer.
How to manage electronic manufacturing supply chain trends
In a series of three interviews, John Dignan, Managing Director of Dynamic EMS, presents his views on the Electronics Manufacturing Service (EMS) industry; the technology and supply chain trends, as well as his views on what steps the EMS players in the UK, should take to remain competitive within the geography they reside and serve. In the second part, John discusses his supply chain predictions for the year ahead, 2018 to 2019.
Are you ready for the BIoT?
What are the trends that will drive technology and innovation through 2018? In this article John Dignan, Managing Director of Dynamic EMS, shares his views on developing and growing markets, which he believes will impact the scope of services contract Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) offer.