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Electronic tech and the fear of the future

Electronic tech and the fear of the future
It’s not just military tech that has the power to shock and awe. Science fiction author, Arthur C. Clarke is not exactly clear which type of magic he refers to in the quote: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Is advanced technology (in all its forms) indistinguishable from threatening black magic or the otherworldly magic of miracles?
4th November 2019

Key considerations when it comes to designing security devices

Key considerations when it comes to designing security devices
In 1880 the first movie cameras were developed by Thomas Edison and William Dickson. The seed for video surveillance had been planted. During World War 2, miniature portable cameras appeared, making covert surveillance possible for the military. Shortly after, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) was first used in Germany to monitor the launch of V2 rockets. And the rest, as they say, is history. But the history of surveillance is far from over.
10th September 2019

How can sustainability help electronic manufacturing?

How can sustainability help electronic manufacturing?
  The high-tech world of electronic manufacturing has changed our daily lives and enhanced the capabilities of sectors such as medical, defence, manufacturing and aerospace. 
9th September 2019


Chemigraphic introduces new programme manager function

Chemigraphic introduces new programme manager function
Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider Chemigraphic has established a brand new ‘programme manager’ function within its sales and planning team. The new position is a direct result of Chemigraphic’s newly implemented ERP system, IFS and will enable the sales and planning team to work more effectively with each of its customers.
30th July 2019

Chemigraphic goes live with IFS Applications 10 ERP software

Chemigraphic goes live with IFS Applications 10 ERP software
Chemigraphic has continued to grow by implementing a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system IFS Applications 10. The implementation is entirely cloud-based and Chemigraphic is one of the first UK businesses to have had this version of IFS implemented from scratch. IFS Applications 10 was launched by leading enterprise software provider, IFS, at its World Conference in Atlanta in May. It was cited to be the “most important investment in its user interface” by the company at the time.
16th July 2019

The electronic start-up’s shark fin dilemma

The electronic start-up’s shark fin dilemma
There has been a sea-change in electronic manufacturing markets. And conditions are now ideal for disruptive start-ups looking to achieve volume at a pace never before possible. Here, John Johnston, NPI Director of Chemigraphic discusses how your EMS can help you manage rapid growth effectively.
28th June 2019

The EMS provider that takes customers on a journey

The EMS provider that takes customers on a journey
Providing support at different levels of the manufacturing process, Chemigraphic is a company that aims to help manufacturers along the customer journey, providing guidance every step of the way. Chemigraphic, a design-led Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider works for OEM customers across a number of industries.
31st May 2019

Is the future of manufacturing additive?

Is the future of manufacturing additive?
The potential uses for 3D printing were widely misunderstood when it first appeared on the scene. Tech pundits and futurologists joined forces to proclaim that 3D print would usher in a consumer revolution, as individuals took control of the means of production for themselves. But the benefits of 3D printing are now actually reshaping the manufacturing sector, rather than making it redundant.
1st May 2019

Size matters: why small is the new big in electronic components

Size matters: why small is the new big in electronic components
First the industry talked about miniature electronics, now it’s ultra-miniature and nano (effectively nearly invisible). Soon the buzz will be around molecular electronics, where the device components exist as individual molecules with the potential to form their own systems! The aim for improved technology is driven by speed and size: the smaller it is, the quicker the signal passes from one point to another, and the more applications of technology we see.
25th March 2019

The critical questions to ask EMS providers about data security

The critical questions to ask EMS providers about data security
We live in a connected world. The Internet of Things (IoT), the ubiquity of data and the Fourth Industrial Revolution deliver gains in productivity and efficiency through connections across the manufacturing sector. Yet the same connections that strengthen us could also weaken us: as our shared data becomes more powerful it could prove to be our Achilles heel, and it’s the weak link in the chain that hackers are increasingly keen to exploit.
25th February 2019

What do we do about Brexit?

What do we do about Brexit?
Whilst it is unclear what the exact nature and repercussions of Brexit will be, it’s inevitable that OEMs and their suppliers throughout industry are taking urgent steps to mitigate risks. Disruption is, sadly, a given. So what can we do about it? Chris Wootton, CEO, of Chemigraphic answers that exact question here.
21st February 2019

Newly launched design centre to provide enhanced NPI support

Newly launched design centre to provide enhanced NPI support
  Electronics manufacturer Chemigraphic has launched a dedicated design centre, investing significant engineering resource into optimising customers’ designs at the proposals stage.
13th March 2018


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