Trackwise confirms Paul Cook appointed to Trackwise Board of Directors
Trackwise Designs has confirmed the appointment of Paul Cook as Chief Financial Officer following its Annual General Meeting on 22 August. He takes over from Mark Hodgkins, who, as previously announced, is standing down. Cook was appointed to the Board of Directors and as Company Secretary on 27 July 2022.
Christoph Boueke appointed new MD of Stevenage Circuits
Stevenage Circuits has announced the appointment of Christoph Boueke as Managing Director.
Printed circuit cell-connecting interconnect for EV batteries
Trackwise delivers space- and weight-saving flexible printed circuit cell-connecting interconnect for cell-to-pack EV batteries with new UK facility being built to deliver lightweight, convenient and space-saving flexible printed circuit technology in high volume to EV makers
Trackwise's technology enables new medical instruments
New generations of medical instruments such as miniature catheters and endoscopes enable surgeons to work with the body to deliver less invasive procedures
Trackwise announce trading figures and appointment of CFO
Trackwise Designs, a provider of specialist products using printed circuit technology, provides an update on trading for the year ended 31 December 2021.
IHT flex circuit technology for oil and gas leak detection
Trackwise, manufacturer of specialist products using printed circuit technology, has announced that Direct-C, a Canadian producer of gas and oil leak detection systems, is using Trackwise’s patented Improved Harness Technology (IHT) to improve the ruggedness and manufacturability of its WrapSense sensing strip, and to reduce installation costs.
Trackwise delivers 72m multi-layer flexible PCB
Trackwise, manufacturer of products using printed circuit technology, state that it has broken its own record for the world’s longest multi-layer flexible printed circuit (FPC), delivering a 72m FPC for in industrial application.
Trackwise to show flex printed circuit technology at DSEI
Trackwise, the AS9100D accredited UK designer and manufacturer of specialist interconNect solutions using printed circuit technology, will demonstrate the massive advantages that its patented Improved Harness Technology can bring to defence applications at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition which takes place 14th-17th September at London’s ExCeL.
New Chief Operating Officer to support Trackwise
Trackwise is delighted to announce the appointment of Steve Hudson as Chief Operating Officer. He will support CEO Philip Johnston in executing the company’s strategy and vision as Trackwise expands to serve customers in its key verticals: automotive, aerospace and medical.
Season 2 - Episode #8 - Becoming part of the UK EV supply chain
In this latest instalment of the Electronic Specifier Insights podcast we’ll be speaking to Philip Johnston, CEO, of Trackwise, a manufacturer of specialist products using printed circuit technology, with a wide range of potential applications including telecommunications, aviation, automotive and medical.
FPC boards offer space savings in EV battery packs
Trackwise Designs has signed a three-year agreement to manufacture and supply flexible printed circuit FPC boards (flexible printed circuit boards) to a UK manufacturer of electric vehicle (EVs). The agreement has the potential to be worth up to £38 million over the period.
Flexible Improved Harness Technology for circuits
Trackwise Designs has secured a production order for its flexible printed circuit technology, Improved Harness Technology (IHT), for delivery in mid 2020. This initial order, in support of initial vehicle production activities, follows successful funded development activities last year for this UK-based designer and manufacturer of electric vehicles.
Increased production of unlimited length flexible PCBs
Trackwise Designs has acquired Stevenage Circuits, a UK-based designer and manufacturer of short flex and rigid PCBs, for up to £2.5 million. The deal enables Trackwise to increase production of its Improved Harness Technology (IHT), as well as expand its customer base and boost technical, sales, and operational expertise.
Flexible printed circuits reach further into emerging applications
Flexible printed circuits can help to save weight, increase reliability, and enhance the functionality of electronic assemblies and interconnects. New manufacturing techniques now enable FPCs of unlimited length to address emerging applications in demanding sectors such as aerospace and automotive. Philip Johnston, CEO, Trackwise explains more.
Comprehensive resource to support FPC design
Trackwise has just published ‘The engineers’ guide to multilayer flexible printed circuits (FPCs): technologies and applications’. This whitepaper provides information on FPCs and is an essential read for the electrical/electronic system designer about to embark on a project using FPCs or, indeed, anyone who needs to understand more about their benefits and applications.
3D Printing enabling personalised medical devices
One of the key industries to have successfully leveraged the advantages of 3D printing is the medical and dental industry. 3D printing allows for the creation of personalised medical devices to be streamlined, and it has also been used to improve surgical outcomes and deliver personalised medicines.
Multilayer flexible printed circuit spans wings of UAV
It has been announced that Trackwise has shipped a 26m long multilayer, flexible printed circuit (FPC), believed to be world’s longest, for distributing power and control signals across the wings of a solar-powered, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The circuit is one of over fifty supplied by Trackwise into this vehicle.
Harness Technology extends application of multilayer PCBs
Trackwise announces the completion of a major milestone in the development of Improved Harness Technology - the manufacture of a 10metre/30foot 6 layer flexible multilayer PCB. Philip Johnston, Trackwise Managing Director, commented “We are delighted with the results of recent trials.