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Staying Grounded on Groundhog Day: No Toasters in the Tub Please

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Groundhog Day! A wonderful time of year. Ski and snowboarding season is still at full throttle. Yet, the whispers of spring are just around the corner. Not to mention, a reminder of one of our favorite movies of all time, Groundhog Day. A classic…
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Case Study: Converting a Proprietary Process into an eCommerce Product Line

Converting a proprietary process into an eCommerce product line has certainly served as a game changer for Falconer Electronics.  As a custom manufacturer (aka Job Shop), life can be extremely challenging.  A custom manufacturer makes products…
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Electronics Recycling

Last week we posted a blog on the Benefits of Recycling. As an electronics manufacturer, recycling plays an extremely important role in operations. Especially as the demand for electronics recycling continues to dramatically increase. Small…
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Helpful Tips When Soldering Printed Circuit Boards

With decades of experience, our expert staff brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise with soldering printed circuit boards. In particular, hand Soldering Circuit Boards which is a daily activity at our facility.  Our customers love the…
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Capacitors and Integrated Circuits: Part 4 PCB and Components

Capacitors There are multiple options for the material of capacitors. There are also different purposes for each material. The materials range from ceramic to Teflon. Although the materials are all different from each other they all have…
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Switches- Toggle, Joystick, and Push-button: Part 3 PCB and Components

Switches Switches are components that have the ability to go between conducting electrical energy and not conducting energy. Therefore, Switches control the current flow on a circuit board. This control is easier than having to go in by hand…
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Resistors, Diodes, and Transistors: Part 2 PCB and Components

Resistors, diodes, and transistors are integral parts of a functioning Printed Circuit Board. Without them, a PCB would not be able to perform its tasks. Each of these components has a specific function. Resistors     Resistors are a part…
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Printed Circuit Boards and Their Components: Part 1

The History of Printed Circuit Boards A wood material patented by William H. Mason called Masonite made up Printed Circuit Boards. Masonite is a wood that has gone through pressure molding and steam treatment. Bakelite, an early type of plastic…
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Smart Homes and Their Advanced Technology: The Future is Now

Everyone has been hearing for a few years now how technology is advancing. Especially where Smart Homes are involved. Everyone wants to be able to do everything on their phone. This includes banking, checking emails, even video calls. However,…
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How We Started Selling Metal Power Strips Directly to Consumers

An interesting and unexpected phone call arrived. The caller asked, "Can I purchase one of your Metal Power Strips?" Hmmm, that was odd. This was a consumer who inspected one of our power strips powering a display at a major retailer. We have…
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Wire Harness Manufacturing: Matchmaking Wires with Wire Terminals

Believe it or not wires get lonely! The solution? Wire terminals. Consequently, good-hearted wires simply need healthy companionship. Just like the rest of us (most of the time anyway). It is a proven fact that wires like to socialize and…
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Engineering Resources: Organizations Dedicated to Supporting Engineers

Seeking Engineering Resources?  Consequently, a wide number of amazing organizations exist that dedicate themselves to promoting engineering resources and services.  Some organizations cover a broad range while others target specific fields…
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Staying Grounded on Groundhog Day: No Toasters in the Tub Please

,
Groundhog Day! A wonderful time of year. Ski and snowboarding season is still at full throttle. Yet, the whispers of spring are just around the corner. Not to mention, a reminder of one of our favorite movies of all time, Groundhog Day. A classic…
, Our Blog

Case Study: Converting a Proprietary Process into an eCommerce Product Line

Converting a proprietary process into an eCommerce product line has certainly served as a game changer for Falconer Electronics.  As a custom manufacturer (aka Job Shop), life can be extremely challenging.  A custom manufacturer makes products…
, Our Blog

Electronics Recycling

Last week we posted a blog on the Benefits of Recycling. As an electronics manufacturer, recycling plays an extremely important role in operations. Especially as the demand for electronics recycling continues to dramatically increase. Small…
, Our Blog

Helpful Tips When Soldering Printed Circuit Boards

With decades of experience, our expert staff brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise with soldering printed circuit boards. In particular, hand Soldering Circuit Boards which is a daily activity at our facility.  Our customers love the…
, Our Blog

Capacitors and Integrated Circuits: Part 4 PCB and Components

Capacitors There are multiple options for the material of capacitors. There are also different purposes for each material. The materials range from ceramic to Teflon. Although the materials are all different from each other they all have…
, Our Blog

Switches- Toggle, Joystick, and Push-button: Part 3 PCB and Components

Switches Switches are components that have the ability to go between conducting electrical energy and not conducting energy. Therefore, Switches control the current flow on a circuit board. This control is easier than having to go in by hand…
, Our Blog

Resistors, Diodes, and Transistors: Part 2 PCB and Components

Resistors, diodes, and transistors are integral parts of a functioning Printed Circuit Board. Without them, a PCB would not be able to perform its tasks. Each of these components has a specific function. Resistors     Resistors are a part…
, Our Blog

Printed Circuit Boards and Their Components: Part 1

The History of Printed Circuit Boards A wood material patented by William H. Mason called Masonite made up Printed Circuit Boards. Masonite is a wood that has gone through pressure molding and steam treatment. Bakelite, an early type of plastic…
, Our Blog

Smart Homes and Their Advanced Technology: The Future is Now

Everyone has been hearing for a few years now how technology is advancing. Especially where Smart Homes are involved. Everyone wants to be able to do everything on their phone. This includes banking, checking emails, even video calls. However,…
, Our Blog

How We Started Selling Metal Power Strips Directly to Consumers

An interesting and unexpected phone call arrived. The caller asked, "Can I purchase one of your Metal Power Strips?" Hmmm, that was odd. This was a consumer who inspected one of our power strips powering a display at a major retailer. We have…
, Our Blog

Wire Harness Manufacturing: Matchmaking Wires with Wire Terminals

Believe it or not wires get lonely! The solution? Wire terminals. Consequently, good-hearted wires simply need healthy companionship. Just like the rest of us (most of the time anyway). It is a proven fact that wires like to socialize and…
, Our Blog

Engineering Resources: Organizations Dedicated to Supporting Engineers

Seeking Engineering Resources?  Consequently, a wide number of amazing organizations exist that dedicate themselves to promoting engineering resources and services.  Some organizations cover a broad range while others target specific fields…