The Association Connecting Electronics Industries – commonly known as IPC (Institute of Printed Circuits) – is an international trade association serving the printed circuit board and electronics assembly industries. IPC is known globally for its standards that verify the quality of the manufactured PCBs and PCB assemblies.
Testing is an essential step in ensuring the integrity of your flexible printed circuit boards. While there are many possible approaches to verifying the quality of both your raw materials and your finished products, guidelines from the Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC), such as IPC-6013, IPC-2223, and IP-FC-234 and their respective successors, are a good place to start. Continue reading “IPC Guidelines and Basic Testing for Flex PCBs”
IPC’s market research regularly unearths interesting findings that may reveal golden opportunities for electronics manufacturers. Here are some of the latest discoveries of interest to North American PCB fabricators: Continue reading “IPC Market Research Reveals Opportunities for U.S. PCB Manufacturers”
IPC-2581 is a standard near and dear to our hearts here at Sierra Circuits. In fact, we have an entire page dedicated to it on our blog. I recently wrote a blog post for EETimes on additional benefits IPC-2581 will bring to quickturn PCB fabrication. Here are the first few paragraphs. Continue reading “IPC-2581B Facilitates Quickturn PCB Fabrication”
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