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How to Clean PCBs in Our Daily Manufacturing Process?

Printed circuit boards, especially those used in PDAs (personal digital assistants) like cell phones, get a lot of abuse. In addition to collecting dust and dirt that penetrates the cases of cell phones, e-book readers and similar hand-held devices PCBs have been known to suffer from immersion in and splashing from liquids in day to day use. As a result, a service industry has emerged to provide cleaning and repair services for PCBs subjected to contaminants but not physical breakage in PDAs and larger devices. Cleaning a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) to service a high-use product is as delicate a [...]

Do you know what is a PCB or Printed Circuit Board?

PCB or Printed Circuit Board is the traditional name for the bare board of which we produce with the layout data and which will be used to mount the components on. A printed circuit board, or PCB, is used to mechanically support and electrically connect electronic components using conductive pathways, tracks or signal traces etched from copper sheets laminated onto a non-conductive substrate.Components are generally soldered onto the PCB to both electrically connect and mechanically fasten them to it. When the board has only copper tracks and features, and no circuit elements such as capacitors, resistors or active devices have [...]

PCB Manufacturing Techniques of Printed Prototype Circuit Boards

While prototype circuit boards are used in everything from cell phones to computer monitors, to light switches and televisions, there is a belief that PCB fabrication is standard and straightforward. In fact, this is untrue, as the PCB assembly process is just as versatile as the uses for the boards themselves. Before we break down the materials used in PCB manufacturing, it’s important to know these simple things about prototype PCBs.   . There are three major ways to construct a circuit board, single-sided, double-sided, and multi-layered. . The most simple printed circuit boards contains copper tracks on only one [...]

Need of the Hour: Lead-free PCBs

As consumers are quickly getting rid of their electronic devices and replacing them with new ones, our landfills are filling up with used electronic devices. Lead in PCBs poses a threat to the environment and hence is a cause for concern from the legislative side. Therefore, most organizations are moving away from this hazardous element by opting for lead-free PCB’s.   Why Lead-free PCBs? There are many reasons to opt for Lead-free PCBs including the following: Handling lead directly can be harmful to the people manufacturing the products. Lead is harmful if it comes in contact with the eyes, nose, [...]

Quality Policy

Quality Policy: Quality first, Continuous improvement,  Customer satisfaction. Quality Object: Rate of customer’s complaint:  <0.8% Rate of passed products:          >98% Rate of unquality product rate:  ≤500 ppm Rate of delivery on time:             99.6% Customer satisfaction                  >99%

2019-07-17T22:18:20+00:00Categories: Quality|Tags: , |