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Round the Circuit PCB Drills—Anti-Dumping Investigation and materials, an exhibition of this nature has never been held in Vienna, which is the ideal location for reaching vast numbers of The Department of Trade is to investigate an allegation that electronics manufacturers from Austria, Italy, Southern Germany, printed circuit board drills imported from the USA are being Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, dumped on the British market. The application has been made under Czechoslovakia and USSR. It is, therefore, an extremely vital the Customs Duties (Dumping and Subsidies) Act 1969. exhibition for manufacturers wishing to expand their European activity. Representation Invited Furthermore, the response to this event is doubly ensured as A statement of the applicant's case will be made available to any Internepcon Vienna will join with the highly successful Industrielle interested parties who give an undertaking to treat the information Elektronik exhibition, an electronics show which, in 1975, attracted contained therein in confidence. 20,000 engineers from 26 countries. Both shows will be presented Any representations which interested parties may wish to make in concurrently in adjoining separate halls and, together, will offer connection with the application should be submitted in writing not everything the electronics manufacturer requires from design later than 1977. Such representations in summarised form and through prototype development, to full production. The combined without attribution to the source may be passed to the applicants for exhibitions will cover eight halls in total. comment. Those making representations should stipulate any points Industrielle Elektronik which will display passive and active which they d o not wish to be disclosed. components and test instruments, also has a remarkable record of Requests for a copy of the statement, together with an undertaking success. Since its initial event in 1971, it has doubled the attendance, in the terms set out above, should be sent to the Department of the number of exhibitors, and the amount of floor space. It has Trade, General Division, Room 326 Kingsgate House, 66-74 proved to be the right market place for East European countries, Victoria Street, London SWIE 6SH. which sent more than 2000 engineers and buyers in 1975. Internepcon Vienna will play a vital part in meeting the dramatically increasing demand for production and test equipment in Europe, substantiated by a recent report which indicates the New Maskmaking Facility at Edinburgh University apparently widespread intention of East European countries to A new Special Maskmaking Facility has been established at the become as self-sufficient as possible in electronics manufacturing. A Wolfson Microelectronics Liaison Unit in Edinburgh. Based on a survey carried out by the US Department of Commerce predicts high precision pattern generator, the facility is aimed at making Hungary's consumption of production and test equipment to be masks which contain both large area patterns and fine line definition; nearly ten times greater in 1977 than it was in 1973, with Poland's for example, masks used for surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices, investment showing an increase of more than 400 per cent over the thick and thin film hybrids, high resolution printed circuit boards, same period. Yugoslavia's requirements are expected to grow at 10 opto-electronic devices, gratings, scales and the like. per cent annually, with 24 per cent quoted for Bulgaria. In Central The pattern generator, which was developed with support from Europe, Germany's market for production and test equipment will the Department of Industry, is capable of drawing patterns over increase at 24 per cent through to 1978, with Italy and Switzerland areas up to 300 mm x 300mm with an absolute precision of image doubling their requirements. placement of only a few microns. Repeatability of placement and Initial response to the exhibition has been most encouraging, and hence registration of patterns on different masks is considerably companies interested in reaching this lucrative market through the better than this. Over smaller distances higher accuracies which are Joint Venture should contact the Organisers, or Ian Hutchison, City compatible with the 0.5 μm basic increment size are achieved. of Westminster Chamber of Commerce, Mitre House, 177 Regent The patterns which the machine produces are built up from (a) Street, London WIR 8GJ. Telephone: 01-734-2851 images defined by a variable rectangular aperture and (b) sections of For additional information please contact: Geoff Dubbins, Press predefined patterns held in a reticle magazine. As the images on the Officer, Kiver Communications, 149/155 Ewell Road, Surbiton, reticle plate are magnified 10 times they can be produced either on Surrey KT6 6AW, England. Telephone: 01-390-0281. Telex: 929837 the machine itself or by a conventional Rubylith process. This allows Kiver G. complex patterns of large area to be photocomposed without difficulty. Input to the machine can be supplied either as a properly Gnostic Concepts Appointment formatted drive tape or a fully dimensioned drawing. Tape preparation has been greatly simplified over most other drawing Stephen E. Grossman has been named Staff Associate at Gnostic machines by including in the drive software such features as groups Concepts, Inc. Mr. Grossman will be directing the interconnection and nesting of groups so that patterns containing any degree of research programmes in the Component and Industrial Group of repetition require only a short description on the tape. Gnostic Concepts. His responsibilities will include all aspects of the Further technical details may be obtained from Dr. A. D. Milne, interconnection field, including materials, printed wiring, con­ Wolfson Microelectronic Liaison Unit, School of Engineering nectors, and wire and cable, as well as production equipment. He was Science, Mayfield Road, Edinburgh EH9 3JL. the primary researcher on a comprehensive study of the printed wiring industry recently completed by Gnostic Concepts. He will be based at Gnostic Concepts' headquarters in Menlo Park, California. Mr. Grossman has over 16 years experience in the electronics Joint Venture Approval for Inter-Nepcon Vienna industry. Prior to joining Gnostic Concepts, he held the position of The Department of Trad e has confirmed the approval for a British Senior Engineer at Faultfinders. Earlier he was associated with Joint Venture scheme to this year's Internepcon Vienna—being held Litton Industries, Radio Engineering Laboratories, Miles Samuel- for the first time at the Vienna Fair Grounds on 9—12th November son, and "Electronics" magazine. 1977—to provide the ideal opportunity to sell to the electronics Mr. Grossman holds a BA from New York University and a BSEE manufacturers of Eastern as well as Central Europe. from City College of New York. He is a member of the IEEE and is Although Internepcon has a proven record of success throughout on the Administrative Committee of the IEEE Manufacturing Technology Group. the world, for shows devoted exclusively to production equipment http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Circuit World Emerald Publishing

Round the Circuit

Circuit World , Volume 3 (3): 1 – Feb 1, 1977

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Abstract

PCB Drills—Anti-Dumping Investigation and materials, an exhibition of this nature has never been held in Vienna, which is the ideal location for reaching vast numbers of The Department of Trade is to investigate an allegation that electronics manufacturers from Austria, Italy, Southern Germany, printed circuit board drills imported from the USA are being Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, dumped on the British market. The application has been made under Czechoslovakia and USSR. It is, therefore, an extremely vital the Customs Duties (Dumping and Subsidies) Act 1969. exhibition for manufacturers wishing to expand their European activity. Representation Invited Furthermore, the response to this event is doubly ensured as A statement of the applicant's case will be made available to any Internepcon Vienna will join with the highly successful Industrielle interested parties who give an undertaking to treat the information Elektronik exhibition, an electronics show which, in 1975, attracted contained therein in confidence. 20,000 engineers from 26 countries. Both shows will be presented Any representations which interested parties may wish to make in concurrently in adjoining separate halls and, together, will offer connection with the application should be submitted in writing not everything the electronics manufacturer requires from design later than 1977. Such representations in summarised form and through prototype development, to full production. The combined without attribution to the source may be passed to the applicants for exhibitions will cover eight halls in total. comment. Those making representations should stipulate any points Industrielle Elektronik which will display passive and active which they d o not wish to be disclosed. components and test instruments, also has a remarkable record of Requests for a copy of the statement, together with an undertaking success. Since its initial event in 1971, it has doubled the attendance, in the terms set out above, should be sent to the Department of the number of exhibitors, and the amount of floor space. It has Trade, General Division, Room 326 Kingsgate House, 66-74 proved to be the right market place for East European countries, Victoria Street, London SWIE 6SH. which sent more than 2000 engineers and buyers in 1975. Internepcon Vienna will play a vital part in meeting the dramatically increasing demand for production and test equipment in Europe, substantiated by a recent report which indicates the New Maskmaking Facility at Edinburgh University apparently widespread intention of East European countries to A new Special Maskmaking Facility has been established at the become as self-sufficient as possible in electronics manufacturing. A Wolfson Microelectronics Liaison Unit in Edinburgh. Based on a survey carried out by the US Department of Commerce predicts high precision pattern generator, the facility is aimed at making Hungary's consumption of production and test equipment to be masks which contain both large area patterns and fine line definition; nearly ten times greater in 1977 than it was in 1973, with Poland's for example, masks used for surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices, investment showing an increase of more than 400 per cent over the thick and thin film hybrids, high resolution printed circuit boards, same period. Yugoslavia's requirements are expected to grow at 10 opto-electronic devices, gratings, scales and the like. per cent annually, with 24 per cent quoted for Bulgaria. In Central The pattern generator, which was developed with support from Europe, Germany's market for production and test equipment will the Department of Industry, is capable of drawing patterns over increase at 24 per cent through to 1978, with Italy and Switzerland areas up to 300 mm x 300mm with an absolute precision of image doubling their requirements. placement of only a few microns. Repeatability of placement and Initial response to the exhibition has been most encouraging, and hence registration of patterns on different masks is considerably companies interested in reaching this lucrative market through the better than this. Over smaller distances higher accuracies which are Joint Venture should contact the Organisers, or Ian Hutchison, City compatible with the 0.5 μm basic increment size are achieved. of Westminster Chamber of Commerce, Mitre House, 177 Regent The patterns which the machine produces are built up from (a) Street, London WIR 8GJ. Telephone: 01-734-2851 images defined by a variable rectangular aperture and (b) sections of For additional information please contact: Geoff Dubbins, Press predefined patterns held in a reticle magazine. As the images on the Officer, Kiver Communications, 149/155 Ewell Road, Surbiton, reticle plate are magnified 10 times they can be produced either on Surrey KT6 6AW, England. Telephone: 01-390-0281. Telex: 929837 the machine itself or by a conventional Rubylith process. This allows Kiver G. complex patterns of large area to be photocomposed without difficulty. Input to the machine can be supplied either as a properly Gnostic Concepts Appointment formatted drive tape or a fully dimensioned drawing. Tape preparation has been greatly simplified over most other drawing Stephen E. Grossman has been named Staff Associate at Gnostic machines by including in the drive software such features as groups Concepts, Inc. Mr. Grossman will be directing the interconnection and nesting of groups so that patterns containing any degree of research programmes in the Component and Industrial Group of repetition require only a short description on the tape. Gnostic Concepts. His responsibilities will include all aspects of the Further technical details may be obtained from Dr. A. D. Milne, interconnection field, including materials, printed wiring, con­ Wolfson Microelectronic Liaison Unit, School of Engineering nectors, and wire and cable, as well as production equipment. He was Science, Mayfield Road, Edinburgh EH9 3JL. the primary researcher on a comprehensive study of the printed wiring industry recently completed by Gnostic Concepts. He will be based at Gnostic Concepts' headquarters in Menlo Park, California. Mr. Grossman has over 16 years experience in the electronics Joint Venture Approval for Inter-Nepcon Vienna industry. Prior to joining Gnostic Concepts, he held the position of The Department of Trad e has confirmed the approval for a British Senior Engineer at Faultfinders. Earlier he was associated with Joint Venture scheme to this year's Internepcon Vienna—being held Litton Industries, Radio Engineering Laboratories, Miles Samuel- for the first time at the Vienna Fair Grounds on 9—12th November son, and "Electronics" magazine. 1977—to provide the ideal opportunity to sell to the electronics Mr. Grossman holds a BA from New York University and a BSEE manufacturers of Eastern as well as Central Europe. from City College of New York. He is a member of the IEEE and is Although Internepcon has a proven record of success throughout on the Administrative Committee of the IEEE Manufacturing Technology Group. the world, for shows devoted exclusively to production equipment

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Circuit WorldEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 1, 1977

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