Category: How To PCB
Wet PCB Etching Using Acidic and Alkaline Methods

Wet PCB Etching Using Acidic and Alkaline Methods

Copper etching is one of the important processes in PCB manufacturing. We can simply say that wet PCB etching is a process of controlled corrosion. In normal conditions, corrosion damages metals but with an effective machined process, corrosion can be controlled and...

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Rigid-Flex Cuts Electronic Product Assembly Costs

Rigid-Flex Cuts Electronic Product Assembly Costs

Rigid-flex PCB designs may be expensive to fabricate, but they can essentially save costs during electronic system assembly. A straight line is not always the shortest route between two points in electronic products: Thanks to rigid-flex PCB architecture, circuits can...

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Why Controlled Impedance Really Matters?

Why Controlled Impedance Really Matters?

Every day, PCB designs and components become smaller, faster – in other words, more complicated. It is now crucial to understand your critical nets and traces, impedances, and how the board impacts the performance of the signal. The time of simple interconnecting...

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