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The Use of Computer-Aided Design in the Manufacturing of Welded-Wire Circuit Boards

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2 Author(s)
M. Eastwood ; McDonell Douglas Automation Co. ; A. Baran

Back-plane, welded-wire technology is a packaging concept being used to replace conventional printed-circuit boards. Major reasons for pursuing welded-wire technology are 1) its greater density, which permits elimination of large multilayer printed-circuit boards, and 2) its adaptability to computer-aided design, which reduces drafting and manufacturing costs.

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IEEE Transactions on Manufacturing Technology  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 1 )