Amazon Video

Samsung Electronics sets out to build 11 semiconductor plants in Texas over next 20 years

삼성, 20년간 250조원 들여 텍사스에 반도체공장 11곳 신설 추진

Samsung Electronics is poised… to expand… its manufacturing presence… in the U.S. state of Texas… over the next two decades… by building… 11 new chip plants.
According to documents… filed with Texas authorities… the South Korean tech giant has applied… for tax cuts… on a 167-point-6 billion dollar investment plan… for 9 new plants… in Taylor… and 24-point-5 billion dollars… for 2 new facilities in Austin.
Now… this is… in addition… to two factories… already in Austin… and… one…. that’s currently in operation… in Taylor.
Samsung reportedly plans… to create 10-thousand jobs… with its latest undertaking.

#Samsung #semiconductor #Texas

📣 Arirang News(Facebook) : https://www.facebook.com/arirangtvnews
📣 Arirang News(Twitter) : https://twitter.com/arirangtvnews
📣 News Center(YouTube) : https://www.youtube.com/c/NEWSCENTER_ARIRANGTV

2022-07-22, 14:00 (KST)

Amazon Video

Future Projects, Teardowns and Power Electronics – Isolation, Day 22

A check out what the future brings of projects, teardowns and also power electronic devices. Simple, complicated, little and also large, there will be all of it, stay tuned!

The video mentioned that perhaps? obtained a “Recommended for you” by Youtube, due to the fact that there is no apparent resource of web traffic besides internally from youtubes “search feature”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIcLvF2C8eM

↝ ↝ Additional info and web links ↜ ↜.

★ T-Shirts, cups and also various other merchandise (I only get 1EUR earnings per product): https://shop.spreadshirt.dk/kaizerpowerelectronics/.
★ Electronics website: http://www.kaizerpowerelectronics.dk.
★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kpedk/.
★ High Voltage Forum: http://www.highvoltageforum.net.
★ Personal youtube network with slow-moving activity video clips: https://www.youtube.com/user/MadsKaizer.

$ For commercial/non-commercial licensing of product, get in touch with below: http://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/about/contact/.

♥ Donations, as I am not making use of patreon or various other monthly registrations, I rely upon ads and donations. Please consider one of the adhering to.

– Donate using Paypal: fleex@disorder.dk.

♥ Donate crypto money:.
– Just open this web page and you are mining dogecoin directly to me: http://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/about/donation/.

Or send out crypto money directly on these adresses (minimums use prior to budgets will accept transfer, any kind of less as well as its just shed to the network):.
– Bitcoin (minimum 0.001): 36gKDS4PfmPdmi2YC9kRASNV9Au8rUXbBS.
– Litecoin (minimum 0.01): MTW1huNfM3fGHRLujQHcyvp4M77nYpLTGF.
– Dogecoin (minimum 50): AE3r6wu2ZhFFuiA6Uoybai5RW7jrE2veGf.
– Bitcoin Cash (minimal 0.0001): bitcoincash: qr746m9r2elhyw6xjny4nkm3amucfgymc56ukh6nf9.
– DASH (minimum 0.0001): XpJhCTA4vvhPQgHyUS39QHhuN3YJ6tPq3K.

Amazon Video

Future Projects, Teardowns and Power Electronics – Isolation, Day 22

A look into what the future brings of projects, teardowns and power electronics. Simple, complex, small and large, there will be it all, stay tuned!

The video mentioned that maybe? got a “Recommended for you” by Youtube, because there is no apparent source of traffic other than internally from youtubes “search function”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIcLvF2C8eM

↝↝ Additional information and links ↜↜

★ T-Shirts, mugs and other merchandise (I only get 1€ profit per item): https://shop.spreadshirt.dk/kaizerpowerelectronics/
★ Electronics website: http://www.kaizerpowerelectronics.dk
★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kpedk/
★ High Voltage Forum: http://www.highvoltageforum.net
★ Personal youtube channel with slow motion videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/MadsKaizer

$ For commercial/non-commercial licensing of material, contact through here: http://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/about/contact/

♥ Donations, as I am not using patreon or other monthly subscriptions, I rely on ads and donations. Please consider one of the following.

• Donate via Paypal: fleex@disorder.dk

♥ Donate crypto currencies:
• Just open this page and you are mining dogecoin directly to me: http://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/about/donation/

Or send crypto currency directly on these adresses (minimums apply before wallets will accept transfer, any less and its just lost to the network):
• Bitcoin (minimum 0.001): 36gKDS4PfmPdmi2YC9kRASNV9Au8rUXbBS
• Litecoin (minimum 0.01): MTW1huNfM3fGHRLujQHcyvp4M77nYpLTGF
• Dogecoin (minimum 50): AE3r6wu2ZhFFuiA6Uoybai5RW7jrE2veGf
• Bitcoin Cash (minimum 0.0001): bitcoincash:qr746m9r2elhyw6xjny4nkm3amucfgymc56ukh6nf9
• DASH (minimum 0.0001): XpJhCTA4vvhPQgHyUS39QHhuN3YJ6tPq3K

Uncategorized

Project Tinkertoy (IC Precursor) 1953 US Navy; Automated Manufacturing of Modular Electronics

Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/jeffquitney

Electronics playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAA9B0175C3E15B47

more at: http://scitech.quickfound.net

Project Tinkertoy was an effort begun in 1950 by the US National Bureau of Standards to devise a system for automated manufacturing of electronic devices built up from modular subsystem components. The resulting products were not smaller or lighter than hand-assembled electronics of the time, but were thought to be more reliable and required less skilled labor. The basic unit for circuit construction was a ceramic “wafer” upon which the machine produced circuit components were mounted.

Originally a public domain film from the US Navy, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied.
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original).

Tinkertoy Modulization of Electronic Circuits by Harold Belmont Price (1953) https://archive.org/details/tinkertoymoduliz00pric

…The National Bureau of Standards during World War II developed
printed circuits to permit rapid production of VT proximity fuzes
which were required in large numbers for use in gun projectiles. With the methods used in this development it was found that the percentage yield of acceptable circuits was undesirably low where several lumped components were printed as part of the circuit. To partially offset this shortcoming adhesive tape resistors… were developed. Many different printed circuit techniques have been used since information concerning the VT fuze development was first released in February of 1946…

…with the exception of the Sargrove venture in producing a relatively simple circuit no attempt has been made to completly machine produce an equipment from bulk or slightly machined materials. The Bureau of Aeronautics became aware of the possibilities of developing such a system and in June 1950 inaugurated the Tinkertoy project as an Industry Preparedness Measure Project…

The system developed for use in Tinkertoy makes use of ceramic
wafers upon which the machine produced circuit components are mounted. Riser wires are soldered to notches in the wafer edges for holding the wafers in parallel stacks and for providing electrical connections required to the various components. Each module, as the stacks of wafers are called, generally includes the vacuum tube and associated circuitry required by one stage of the circuit. The modules are secured between top and bottom baseplates which are etched with the necessary circuitry for connecting the modules electrically. The Tinkertoy system at present is limited to production of these plate assemblies which in general contain the circuitry of functional subassemblies. A complete equipment will usually contain several plate assemblies plus mechanical parts and any conventional components
which are not adaptable to modulization…

The circuit components are mounted on the modular wafers which are the key to the Tinkertoy system of construction. The wafer is a square ceramic plate which is about seven-eighths of an inch on a side and about one-sixteenth of an inch thick. Three equally spaced notches on each edge are designed to receive the riser wires which are soldered to the wafer in assembly of the module. A fourth notch placed between two of the riser wire notches on one edge is provided for use in indexing the wafers to the correct orientation during the assembling processes…