Bridging Dimensions: How HARTING and Altium Revolutionized 3D-Circuits Design
The relentless miniaturization trend in electronics presents a constant challenge: cramming ever-more functionality into ever-shrinking devices. Traditional Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) are reaching their physical limitations, forcing engineers to seek innovative solutions. The 3D-Circuits technology, which integrates electrical circuits with three-dimensional mechanical parts, offers a promising answer. However, designing these complex structures presented a significant hurdle – a lack of user-friendly design tools. HARTING, a global leader in connector and interconnect technology with a pioneering spirit in 3D-MID, recognized this challenge. To unlock the full potential of 3D-Circuits, they partnered with Altium, a world-renowned provider of advanced PCB design software....
Compact and Connected – 3D-Circuits Revolutionizing Wearable Medical Devices
In the ever-evolving landscape of medical technology, innovation is not just a buzzword; it's a necessity. Wearable medical devices have emerged as game-changers, providing patients with continuous monitoring and healthcare professionals with real-time insights.   This requires the integration of reliable and sustainable electronic solutions.  Imagine you need a hearing aid in the future. Today’s hearing aids are quite large and are often visibly placed behind the ear.  Wouldn’t it be great to have an in-ear hearing aid which is almost invisible without any limitations? This is where 3D-Circuits come into play, curious?  What is 3D-MID?   3D-MID stands for Mechatronic...
Enabling 3D-Placement Of Electronic Components
Modern electronic assemblies are becoming more and more complex with an increasing number of components. This makes it difficult to fit all parts into the limited space available for printed circuit boards (PCBs). To meet these challenges, engineers are using miniaturized components and flexible or rigid-flex PCBs. However, a very strong trend is 3D packaging. Are you curious whether the chip carrier from HARTING also offers many advantages for your product?
From printed circuit boards to miniaturized, implantable 3D-MID circuits
The origin of the development of complex electronic circuits was the invention of two-dimensional printed circuit boards and their assembly with THT components. In order to save space and reduce assembly times and thus costs, SMD technology was subsequently developed. In the meantime, we have taken another step forward and use plastic housings or carrier parts to apply conductive tracks and integrate electronic functions.
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From flat PCBs to miniature implantable 3D-Circuits
The most remarkable aspect of technology is its constant development and improvement. Slimmer laptops, smaller phones, and medical devices designed to be unobtrusive and barely visible to the naked eye. Can I use 3D-Circuits in medical market to outperform the flat PCBs?

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