King Pin | Bead Electronics Blog

Plastic Injection Molding for Military Applications

Posted by bead electronics on Sep 17, 2021 10:00:00 AM

Injection molding holds value across industries. In the case of military applications, where technology has to withstand some of the most brutal conditions on earth, injection molding goes the extra mile, guaranteeing uniformity while giving the option of cutting weight with high-durability plastic.

Read More

Topics: Bead Electronics, Bead Industries, PCB Design, Plastic, Design for Manufacturing (DFM), Pin Insertion, Defense

Interconnect Options for Manufacturing Designs

Posted by bead electronics on Aug 19, 2021 11:00:00 AM

When it comes to manufacturing products that people use every day, durability is key. Consumers want products that are innovative and easy to use. They also want the things that they invest in to have longevity. Manufacturers have an obligation to create high-quality products and to accomplish this, they rely on components customized for their applications. Even the smallest part, like electrical connectors, are customized to boost both profits and customer satisfaction.

Read More

Topics: Electronic Pins, PCB Contact Pins, Contact Pins, Custom Connectors, Bead Electronics, Hollow Contact Pins, Swaging, End to End Contact Pins, Bead Industries, Quality Standards, Manufacturing, Overmolding, Design for Manufacturing (DFM), Low-Cost Mated Pair, Pin Insertion, Crimped Pins, Coil Winding

Bead Electronics Announces Manufacturing Scholarship Program

Posted by Jill Mayer on Sep 2, 2014 11:25:00 AM

To commemorate its 100-year anniversary, Bead Electronics has established The Bryant Family Scholarship Fund at Housatonic Community College to benefit its Manufacturing and Engineering programs.

Read More

Topics: Electronic Pins, Bead Electronics, Bead Industries, Community, Manufacturing

Bead Electronics' Centennial Open House a Success

Posted by Jill Mayer on May 16, 2014 10:31:00 AM

On May 8th, Bead Industries celebrated a monumental achievement: its 100-year anniversary in continuous business. Though a little damp and foggy, more than 150 people came through our doors to help us celebrate including current employees and their families, board members, former employees, vendors, customers, colleagues and fellow manufacturers.

Read More

Topics: Bead Electronics, Bead Industries, Community