Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a man-made or naturally-occurring phenomenon that disturbs electrical circuits and disrupts electronic devices. The causes of EMI are numerous, and include both ambient sources and power quality problems. The effects of EMI can range from data losses and decreased performance to system failure and loss of life. By protecting electronic devices and systems against electromagnetic noise or crosstalk, engineers can mitigate these risks.
Engineers read plenty of trade journals and industry magazines. So when they hear the term “technical papers,” it’s only natural to wonder if the publications are reports, white papers, or magazine articles. Not all technical papers are meant to be read, however. In fact, some are designed for electrical insulation instead of professional education. These technical papers support precision die cutting and impart specialized properties for applications such as electrical insulation.
Electronic component manufacturers need product designers with application knowledge and technical expertise. These engineers are experts in electronic design, but may be less familiar with production processes such as steel rule, flat bed, and rotary die cutting. By partnering with an experienced die cutter, electronic component manufacturers can support their engineering teams. That’s why JBC Technologies offers expert advice about material selection and yield maximization and supports efficient assembly.
Electronic component manufacturers need die cut parts that are cost-effective to produce, easy to install or assemble, and that meet all of an application’s requirements. As electronic designs grow smaller and more complex, die cut products are serving multiple, critical functions. For example, a die cut gasket in a ruggedized electronic display may need to provide both EMI shielding and environmental sealing.