Medical Wearable Device Design - Part 2 - Functionality in Tight Volumes

Medical Wearable Devices require high functionality in small volumes, which requires advanced materials and assemblies for success. Streamlining Medic...

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Solving EMI Challenges with Die-Cuts

When it comes to protecting sensitive electronic components from electromagnetic interference (EMI), die-cuts are a practical and cost-effective solut...

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Medical Wearable Device Design - Part 1 - Attaching to the Skin

Adhesive Medical Wearable Devices need reliable materials to not only withstand use, but be gentle enough on the skin. Streamlining Medical Weara...

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What is Roll Coating?

Whether for a protection or for visual enhancement, roll coating is one of the most efficient ways to apply a coating to metal parts. From enhancing t...

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Functional Display Testing

Once a display has met all necessary visual requirements, it's important to run tests to ensure that it functions properly. In our previous blog on op...

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How to Select the Right Touchscreen Technology

With all of the different touchscreen technologies and functionalities out there, how do you select the best touchscreen for your device? As touchscre...

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Glass Printing Techniques

From screen printing to digital printing to frit printing, there are several techniques used at Boyd to print on glass. To ensure the success of any g...

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Common EMI/RFI Shielding Techniques

As technology becomes more interconnected, protecting sensitive electronic components from unwanted electrical interference is critical. Minimizing el...

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Optical Characterization Testing

To ensure all of a display's visual requirements are met, Boyd offers several optical characterization testing services. One could argue that the disp...

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Technical Printing: Qualification Procedures

Technical printing projects go through several qualification procedures before moving to full production. In the final blog of our three-part series o...

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