Multi-layer printed circuit board

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Panasonic Megtron6 multilayer PCB–High Speed, Low Loss Multi-layer Materials

Panasonic Megtron6 multilayer PCB--High Speed, Low Loss Multi-layer Materials MEGTRON 6 is advanced material designed for high-speed network equipment, mainframes, IC testers and high frequency measuring instruments. The main attributes of MEGTRON 6 are: low dielectric constant and dielectric dissipation factors, low transmission loss and high heat resistance; Td = 410°C (770°F). MEGTRON 6 meets IPC specification 4101 /102 /91.

The difference between Core and Prepreg

The Prepreg is an insulating material for the PCB. Prepreg is not prepreg before being laminated, also known as prepreg,prior to lamination, and is primarily used as a bonding material and an insulating material for the inner conductive pattern of a multilayer printed circuit board. After the Prepreg is laminated, the semi-cured epoxy is extruded, begins to flow and solidifies, bonds the multilayer sheets together and forms a reliable insulator.   The Core is the basic material for making printed circuit boards. The Core is also known as the core board, which has a certain hardness and thickness, as well [...]

Organizational Structure

Over the years we have been insisting technological innovation, excellence, so that people well-know Hitech Circuits Co., Limited – "Specializes in High Multi-layer printed circuit board, High Density Interconnection PCB, Aluminium metal core PCB,  Quick turn pcb assembly service, Special Materials and Special Process Printed Circuit Boards.". Today's Hitech Circuits Co.,Limited already has two branch factories: one is a Quick Turn PCB Prototype Factory, So it's all about we have a good management and good organizational structure inseparable. Our organization:

Why are Rigid Flex PCBs ( Flexible-rigid PCB ) Economical?

There are several great advantages of using rigid-flex PCBs, not just from a technical standpoint, but also from a cost-saving point of view.   Ability to Merge Designs With rigid-flex printed circuit boards, you are able to merge multiple PCBs into one design as only one design is needed for a rigid-flex. Usually, with rigid PCBs, multiple designs and cable assemblies are required for the production. As such, rigid-flex circuit boards can be more expensive to manufacture as they may require multiple designs and cable assemblies to facilitate the production.   Reduced Space Requirements As rigid-flex PCBs utilise thin and [...]

The Importance of PCB Testing

Why Should I Test PCBs? The testing phase of PCB manufacturing is one of the most important stages. Without testing your PCBs, there may be errors and problems that have been overlooked during the production stage. These problems may eventually cause failures and defects in the field. In order to reduce the chance of failure and maintain customer satisfaction, it’s important that testing procedures are implemented to ensure that the printed circuit board and the components are fully functioning. Having testing procedures throughout the production phase allows you to identify errors and issues earlier on, rather than at the final [...]

Soldering Processes for Printed Circuit Boards – Preparation and Component Removal

Printed Circuits Boards (PCBs) have become an essential product for many industrial applications. They do not take up much space in an application, nor do they add immense weight to the application product. They minimize electric noise in the product, and are easy to maintain and repair. In this post, we shall be discussing the PCB soldering process.   Pre-soldering Procedures As there are a variety of procedures within soldering, we shall be focusing on soldering preparation and component removal phases.   General purpose cleaner Desolder tool Soldering iron, solder, flux Desolder Braid Microscope Wipes   Choose the Right Soldering [...]

PCB Manufacturing and PCBA electronics assembly Treds

PCB Manufacturing and PCBA electronics assembly Treds With new and improved technologies, the field of Printed Circuit Board (PCB) manufacturing has been constantly evolving. The electronics industry is driven by innovations and better manufacturing methods that are growing in popularity. Improved technologies also demand the manufacturers to pay attention to the cost factors as well. With the existing technologies getting obsolete, it is important for manufacturers to keep up with the latest trends and developments. Let us get you through some of the most important developments in the PCB manufacturing industry, in the recent times.   PCB Manufacturing Trends and [...]

PCB Manufacturing and PCB Assembly Step-by-Step Guide for Electronic Assembly process

Printed Circuit Board or PCB’s are an integral part of every electronic device. They are the green chips that you can find within all electronic devices. These green chips or Printed Circuit Boards are printed with copper lines called traces, which carry signals to various components. This systematic transmission of signals ensures the proper functioning of the electronic device. PCBs are omnipresent in every modern day electronic device. As the technology advances and the electronic devices becoming more and more compact, there is a drastic reduction in the size of the PCB. This reduction in size increases the complexity of [...]

Why No Part Subs is a Bad Idea- components substitutions-HitechPCB

Across all industries, component shortages are forcing design engineers to seek alternative parts and materials, or entirely redesign their projects.With analysts predicting the shortages to last potentially through 2018, the market is scrambling to find ways to keep projects on-time and on-budget. One common practice currently compounding the challenge of limited supply is a refusal to accept part substitutions.   When designing a new board or revising an existing project, engineers tend use familiar parts. This reduces risk of the board not working and makes it easier to put together the necessary files including a Bill of Material (BOM).  To [...]

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SMT AND SMD

SMT stands for Surface Mount Technology, the entire technology of mounting and soldering surface mount components onto a printed circuit board or PCB. SMD is an abbreviation for surface mount devices, the both are different.   Surface Mount Technology, Firstly, a PCB stencil is aligned on the surface of the boards and solder paste is applied using a squeegee to ensure the pads are coated with a uniform and controlled amount of solder paste.   Secondly, via a pick and place machine or hand placement, the components are mounted onto the boards in their respective locations. The wet solder paste [...]