From small wearable devices to large display screens, consumer electronics is one of the largest segments in the manufacturing industry. The vast amount of information, communication and entertainment is bringing a new age of consumer electronics into the world. With ever-evolving technology and demands to meet the needs of tech-savvy consumers, engineers are challenged to design lighter, thinner, and more durable electronics.
Today, innovative material solutions can offer greater design flexibility and help gain efficiencies in manufacturing processes. Learn how a new silicone technology is helping many of the world’s leading innovators in the electronics industry make their next generation products more durable and reliable.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- Needs of a consumer electronics design engineer
- Flexibility in electronics designing
- Product design examples
- Repairability and re-workability options in consumer electronics
Ryan Schneider, Application Engineer & Technical Service, Electronics, Dow Corning Corporation
Ryan Schneider joined Dow Corning in 1993. He worked with a variety of specialties within the electronics industry, including low-dielectric thin films for interlayer dielectrics; vacuum-insulating materials with low-thermal-conductivity silica; and silicone based materials for lithium-ion batteries. In 2013, he began his current AETS role supporting electronic adhesive and protection materials for consumer, communication and transportation electronics.
Jason McGough, Engineering Sales Representative, Ellsworth Adhesives
Jason McGough is an Engineering Sales Representative with Ellsworth Adhesives in the Silicon Valley area. He has been helping customers specify engineered adhesives and tapes into the industrial and electronics markets for over 12 years.
Dow Corning Corp.
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