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Prototype PCB Design, Understanding The Rules.

By |March 28th, 2012|Printed Circuit Boards|

There are a few hard and fast rules when it comes to designing printed circuit boards. There are four main areas of concern: Pads, Obstacles, Text, and Origins. Even with the best auto layout software you need to have a basic understanding of these four areas, in order to design a good PCB. Thickness and [...]

Understanding The Footprint Of A PCB

By |June 9th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

When a "Printed Circuit Board" is designed and sent out for manufacturing, the manufacturer requires that a "footprint", essentially a map, be created for the board. This shows where the parts are to go on the PCB. On this copper pattern occasionally the whole outline of where specific components or parts are actually drawn in. [...]

Manufacturing Green Prototype Printed Circuit Boards

By |May 18th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

Green manufacturing techniques are now being applied by manufacturers of printed circuit boards or PCBs and other electronic components, parts, as well as electronic appliances. This move has allowed companies to become responsible corporations without the compromise of business growth and needs to develop new technology for its end-users. The step towards a greener future [...]

Prototype PCB Construction – Different Methods Available

By |May 12th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

The construction of printed circuit boards is extremely crucial as this greatly affects the overall quality of the PCBs used in different computing devices. Nowadays, where the functionality and the complexity of PCBs are continuously increasing, the use of different board construction methodologies have become a crucial factor as this affects the overall capability of [...]

What Is a Printed Circuit Board?

By |January 24th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

Circuit boards were created in the mid-1930s, most likely by Austrian Paul Eisler. During World War II the United States produced them on a massive scale for use in war radios. During this period the invention remained confined to the military sector, and it wasn't until the end of the war that it became available [...]

Prototype PCB Printed Circuit Board Plating

By |January 24th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

In today's prototype printed circuit boards, copper is used especially for interconnecting the components on the substrate. Traditionally, copper is used as a material to form an electrical connectivity track pattern; whenever copper is exposed without proper coating and exposed to air over a long period of time, copper will be easily tarnish because of [...]

Flexible Pcbs and Electronic Excellence

By |January 24th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

Electronic devices have taken a prominent part of our lives. With this fact in mind, the extensive range of devices from cell-phones to servers, irrespective of their sizes and uses are now being designed to be flexible, lightweight and efficient. While they all come in diverse shapes, sizes and functionalities, there is one thing in [...]

Benefits of aluminum based printed circuit boards

By |January 24th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

Benefits of Aluminum based Printed Circuit Boards: Dissipation of heat without using additional heatsinks; Mechanically rigid, increasing the physical strength of the assembly; Reduces the effect of thermal stress on all components, increasing life and durability; Improved thermal conduction leading to versatility in component and tracking layout enabling PCB dimensions to be reduced; and Reduces [...]