• Complete and Complementary Range of PCB Assembly Services and Solutions
    When it comes to electronics manufacturing outsourcing, the confidence a China OEM manufacturing supplier has in their PCB assembly partner is critical. By outsourcing the procurement, assembly and test to the China contract manufacturing provider, an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) relinquishes some control over their day-to-day manufacturing operations. As a result, they need to be fully confident that when it comes to making production changes for example, final configurations or unexpected changes in customer demands - they trust their provider to respond with the same precision and dexterity as they would.
    As an experienced electronics manufacturing service supplier and outsource partner, Topscom Technology is able to demonstrate knowledge, capabilities, skills, processes, controls and agility in managing our customers' business to a level such that they feel wholly comfortable in relinquishing this control to us. Ranked as one of the largest China electronic manufacturing service providers with a wholly owned full-equipped manufacturing facility in Shenzhen for over 20 years, we have been supporting our clients in growing their businesses. During this time, we have watched our customers develop innovative new products, dominate market sectors, and significantly improve the financial strength of their organization.
    Topscom offers a complete, complementary range of PCB assembly services and solutions, underpinned by our demonstrable track record in supply chain management. Ensuring the integrity and availability of the material we source is something we take very seriously which is why we have over 50 staff across the group dedicated to this critical process.
    We have experience across a wide range of market sectors with the majority of our customers designing and selling industrial electronics manufacturing products which are supplied into the industrial Automation, Process Control, Test and Measurement and Laboratory Technology sectors. Official Website: https://www.topscompcbassembly.com/
    Tel: +86-755-22211988 (50 Line)
    Fax: +86-755-83768890
    Tel ext: 8829 Rebeca Yue/8826 Cindy Huang
    RFQ Email: sales@topscom.com.cn / frankwu@topscom.com.cn
    Mobile contact: +86 13502814037/+86 15919948622
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    Factory Location: Topscom Building,No.15 Building, SongZiLing Industrial Park, Liantang Industrial City, Shang Village, Gongming, Guangming New District, Shenzhen City, China, 510220
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    Complete and Complementary Range of PCB Assembly Services and Solutions When it comes to electronics manufacturing outsourcing, the confidence a China OEM manufacturing supplier has in their PCB assembly partner is critical. By outsourcing the procurement, assembly and test to the China contract manufacturing provider, an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) relinquishes some control over their day-to-day manufacturing operations. As a result, they need to be fully confident that when it comes to making production changes for example, final configurations or unexpected changes in customer demands - they trust their provider to respond with the same precision and dexterity as they would. As an experienced electronics manufacturing service supplier and outsource partner, Topscom Technology is able to demonstrate knowledge, capabilities, skills, processes, controls and agility in managing our customers' business to a level such that they feel wholly comfortable in relinquishing this control to us. Ranked as one of the largest China electronic manufacturing service providers with a wholly owned full-equipped manufacturing facility in Shenzhen for over 20 years, we have been supporting our clients in growing their businesses. During this time, we have watched our customers develop innovative new products, dominate market sectors, and significantly improve the financial strength of their organization. Topscom offers a complete, complementary range of PCB assembly services and solutions, underpinned by our demonstrable track record in supply chain management. Ensuring the integrity and availability of the material we source is something we take very seriously which is why we have over 50 staff across the group dedicated to this critical process. We have experience across a wide range of market sectors with the majority of our customers designing and selling industrial electronics manufacturing products which are supplied into the industrial Automation, Process Control, Test and Measurement and Laboratory Technology sectors. Official Website: https://www.topscompcbassembly.com/ Tel: +86-755-22211988 (50 Line) Fax: +86-755-83768890 Tel ext: 8829 Rebeca Yue/8826 Cindy Huang RFQ Email: sales@topscom.com.cn / frankwu@topscom.com.cn Mobile contact: +86 13502814037/+86 15919948622 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chinapcbassembly Twitter: https://twitter.com/pcbassemblychin YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@topscom2158 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pcbassemblychina/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pcbassemblychina/ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/Topscompcbassembly88 Factory Location: Topscom Building,No.15 Building, SongZiLing Industrial Park, Liantang Industrial City, Shang Village, Gongming, Guangming New District, Shenzhen City, China, 510220 PCB SMT assembly, China printed circuit board assembly, China PCB factory, China PCB fabrication, China PCB manufacturing, China PCB board, China PCB manufacturer, China PCB service, China PCB prototype, China PCB supplier, China PCB, PCB China, China PCB online, PCB board, China PCB assembly, PCBA China, China PCB design, PCB assembly, China PCB quote, PCBA, contract manufacturing China, China contract manufacturing, contract manufacturing, China electronic assembly, China electronic manufacturing, electronics manufacturing, electronic board manufacturers, China OEM manufacturing, OEM manufacturing #electronic_board_manufacturers, #PCB_SMT_assembly, #China_PCB_board, #PCBA_China, #PCB_China, #China_PCB_assembly, #China_PCB_manufacturer, #contract_manufacturing_China, #China_electronic_manufacturing, #China_OEM_manufacturing, #China_electronic_assembly, #China_printed_circuit_board_assembly, #PCB_board, #PCBA, #PCB_assembly, #contract_manufacturing, #electronics_manufacturing, #OEM_manufacturing, #China_PCB, #China_PCB_manufacturing, #China_contract_manufacturing, #China_PCB_prototype, #China_PCB_fabrication, #China_PCB_supplier, #China_PCB_design, #China_PCB_quote, #China_PCB_online, #China_PCB_factory, #China_PCB_service
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    Topscom is a China electronics manufacturing and PCB, PCBA provider, offering contract manufacturing services and electronic parts for many companies.
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  • PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD ASSEMBLY
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    Our PCB assembly services include SMT assembly, mixed technology, and through-hole in a ESD protected, humidity controlled environment. Our high speed SMT lines are equipped with solder paste inspection, 40” high definition Inspection monitors with max magnification at 600X, 13 zone re-flow ovens and 3D AOI. Through-hole capabilities include an 18’ slide line with four high definition monitors, wave solder, or the use of the latest selective soldering technology equipment. PNC’s final inspection area includes (4) inspection stations with high definition monitors designed for employee ergonomic comfort. Read more: https://bit.ly/3fsgB02
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    PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD ASSEMBLY #Pcbassembly #smtassembly #smtpcbassembly Our PCB assembly services include SMT assembly, mixed technology, and through-hole in a ESD protected, humidity controlled environment. Our high speed SMT lines are equipped with solder paste inspection, 40” high definition Inspection monitors with max magnification at 600X, 13 zone re-flow ovens and 3D AOI. Through-hole capabilities include an 18’ slide line with four high definition monitors, wave solder, or the use of the latest selective soldering technology equipment. PNC’s final inspection area includes (4) inspection stations with high definition monitors designed for employee ergonomic comfort. Read more: https://bit.ly/3fsgB02 Website: https://pnconline.com/ twitter.com: https://twitter.com/PNCINC pinterest.com: https://www.pinterest.com.au/rrosh2014/_created/ Facebook.com: https://www.facebook.com/PNCONLINE myspace.com: https://myspace.com/pncinc2020 tumblr.com: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/pncinc instagram.com: https://www.instagram.com/pnc_pcb/ bresdel.com: https://bresdel.com/pncinc Location: 115 East Centre St. Nutley, NJ, 07110 Call us: (973) 284-1600 Email us: sales@pnconline.com
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  • Aluminum Backed Printed Circuit Board Fabrication in PCB Assembly
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    PCB is a power supply source to run different electronic devices. In PCB Assembly, Printed circuit boards have different base materials, depending on their application. In general, circuit boards have a fiberglass base, but aluminum-backed PCB is also common it has a metal base but the laminate is covered with copper. Such PCB performs better due to high-end thermal conductivity and electrical insulation.
    The aluminum-backed circuit board involves alloy plates which are a blend of three metals, including aluminum, silicon, and magnesium. These PCBs are different from fiberglass. Let’s discuss different layers in an aluminum PCB.
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    Aluminum Backed Printed Circuit Board Fabrication in PCB Assembly #PCBAssembly #PrintedCircuitBoard #printedcircuitboardassembly PCB is a power supply source to run different electronic devices. In PCB Assembly, Printed circuit boards have different base materials, depending on their application. In general, circuit boards have a fiberglass base, but aluminum-backed PCB is also common it has a metal base but the laminate is covered with copper. Such PCB performs better due to high-end thermal conductivity and electrical insulation. The aluminum-backed circuit board involves alloy plates which are a blend of three metals, including aluminum, silicon, and magnesium. These PCBs are different from fiberglass. Let’s discuss different layers in an aluminum PCB. View more: https://youtu.be/Ia7x2Ain-V8 Website: https://pnconline.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PNCONLINE Twitter: https://twitter.com/PNCINC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pnc_pcb/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/pncinc Myspace: https://myspace.com/pncinc2020 Bresdel: https://bresdel.com/pncinc Call us: (973) 284-1600 Email us: sales@pnconline.com Location: PNC INC, 115 East Centre St.Nutley, NJ, 07110
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  • Aluminum Backed Printed Circuit Board Fabrication in PCB Assembly
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    PCB is a power supply source to run different electronic devices. In PCB Assembly, Printed circuit boards have different base materials, depending on their application. In general, circuit boards have a fiberglass base, but aluminum-backed PCB is also common it has a metal base but the laminate is covered with copper. Such PCB performs better due to high-end thermal conductivity and electrical insulation.
    The aluminum-backed circuit board involves alloy plates which are a blend of three metals, including aluminum, silicon, and magnesium. These PCBs are different from fiberglass. Let’s discuss different layers in an aluminum PCB.
    Read more: https://www.pnconline.com/blog/aluminum-backed-pcb-fabrication-in-pcb-assembly/
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    Aluminum Backed Printed Circuit Board Fabrication in PCB Assembly #PCBAssembly #PrintedCircuitBoard #printedcircuitboardassembly PCB is a power supply source to run different electronic devices. In PCB Assembly, Printed circuit boards have different base materials, depending on their application. In general, circuit boards have a fiberglass base, but aluminum-backed PCB is also common it has a metal base but the laminate is covered with copper. Such PCB performs better due to high-end thermal conductivity and electrical insulation. The aluminum-backed circuit board involves alloy plates which are a blend of three metals, including aluminum, silicon, and magnesium. These PCBs are different from fiberglass. Let’s discuss different layers in an aluminum PCB. Read more: https://www.pnconline.com/blog/aluminum-backed-pcb-fabrication-in-pcb-assembly/ Website: https://pnconline.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PNCONLINE Twitter: https://twitter.com/PNCINC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pnc_pcb/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/pncinc Myspace: https://myspace.com/pncinc2020 Bresdel: https://bresdel.com/pncinc Call us: (973) 284-1600 Email us: sales@pnconline.com Location: PNC INC, 115 East Centre St.Nutley, NJ, 07110
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    In PCB Assembly Printed circuit boards have different base materials, depending on their application.
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  • Four Stages of PCB Design and Assembling
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    PCB is a printed circuit board that helps connect different electrical components. The board is a combination of laminated material, and the copper foil laid on a non-conductive substrate.
    A PCB is the main part of any electronic device, so it has to be perfect. It should have functional components and microelectronics circuits to perform well. Development of PCB goes through different processes that you should know well. PCB manufacturing has 4 stages, including design, manufacturing, PCB assembly, and PCB testing.
    First Stage- Design
    PCB design involves different steps, such as schematic design, layout planning, the placement of the components, routing, and manufacturing files.
    PCB schematic design: It is a blueprint of PC design that shows all PCB components with symbols. The schematic design is always according to the technical requirements of the user.
    Layout planning: After the schematic design, you have to develop the layout of a PCB that includes physical components’ models, the shape of the PCB, and the structure of a PCB.
    Placement of components: It involves planning the placement of various components. You decide on the PCB layers according to your requirements. The right placement of the components ensures a flawless board, decreasing the production cost.
    First of all, the designer places the fixed components in the layout, including switches and connectors.
    Then, the critical components are placed, such as memory chips, microprocessors, as well as power supplies.
    Then the supporting components of the PCB are placed, like inductors, capacitors, and resistors.
    In the end, the decoupling capacitors and terminating resistors are placed.
    Routing: Once the components are placed, you have to connect all components through trace routing. There are four ways to do so, such as manual routing, auto-interactive routing, semi-automatic, and batch-auto routing. You can choose any method according to your Printed Circuit Board and budget.
    Design: In this stage, you have to plan for the number of board layers, dimension of the board, and types of components. You can use a special app in this case, such as EDA or electronic design automation. The designer often adopts the SMT instead of a through-hole technology, depending on your requirements.Once the design is over, you can export the design files to CAD or Gerber format.
    Preparation of manufacturing files: This is the last stage of design where the designer exports the Gerber files for manufacturing. The manufacturer needs these files to develop a printed circuit board.
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    Four Stages of PCB Design and Assembling #PCBassembly #PrintedCircuitBoard #PCBBoard #PCBAssembly #smtassembly #pcbassemblyservices PCB is a printed circuit board that helps connect different electrical components. The board is a combination of laminated material, and the copper foil laid on a non-conductive substrate. A PCB is the main part of any electronic device, so it has to be perfect. It should have functional components and microelectronics circuits to perform well. Development of PCB goes through different processes that you should know well. PCB manufacturing has 4 stages, including design, manufacturing, PCB assembly, and PCB testing. First Stage- Design PCB design involves different steps, such as schematic design, layout planning, the placement of the components, routing, and manufacturing files. PCB schematic design: It is a blueprint of PC design that shows all PCB components with symbols. The schematic design is always according to the technical requirements of the user. Layout planning: After the schematic design, you have to develop the layout of a PCB that includes physical components’ models, the shape of the PCB, and the structure of a PCB. Placement of components: It involves planning the placement of various components. You decide on the PCB layers according to your requirements. The right placement of the components ensures a flawless board, decreasing the production cost. First of all, the designer places the fixed components in the layout, including switches and connectors. Then, the critical components are placed, such as memory chips, microprocessors, as well as power supplies. Then the supporting components of the PCB are placed, like inductors, capacitors, and resistors. In the end, the decoupling capacitors and terminating resistors are placed. Routing: Once the components are placed, you have to connect all components through trace routing. There are four ways to do so, such as manual routing, auto-interactive routing, semi-automatic, and batch-auto routing. You can choose any method according to your Printed Circuit Board and budget. Design: In this stage, you have to plan for the number of board layers, dimension of the board, and types of components. You can use a special app in this case, such as EDA or electronic design automation. The designer often adopts the SMT instead of a through-hole technology, depending on your requirements.Once the design is over, you can export the design files to CAD or Gerber format. Preparation of manufacturing files: This is the last stage of design where the designer exports the Gerber files for manufacturing. The manufacturer needs these files to develop a printed circuit board. View more: https://youtu.be/GEqfgWv5hLM Website: https://pnconline.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PNCONLINE Twitter: https://twitter.com/PNCINC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pnc_pcb/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/pncinc Myspace :https://myspace.com/pncinc2020 Bresdel: https://bresdel.com/pncinc Pinterest :https://www.pinterest.com.au/rrosh2014/_created/ Call us: (973) 284-1600 Email us: sales@pnconline.com Location: PNC INC, 115 East Centre St.Nutley, NJ, 07110
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  • Four Stages of PCB Design and Assembling
    #PCBassembly
    #PrintedCircuitBoard
    #PCBBoard
    #PCBAssembly
    #smtassembly
    #pcbassemblyservices
    PCB is a printed circuit board that helps connect different electrical components. The board is a combination of laminated material, and the copper foil laid on a non-conductive substrate.
    A PCB is the main part of any electronic device, so it has to be perfect. It should have functional components and microelectronics circuits to perform well. Development of PCB goes through different processes that you should know well. PCB manufacturing has 4 stages, including design, manufacturing, PCB assembly, and PCB testing.
    First Stage- Design
    PCB design involves different steps, such as schematic design, layout planning, the placement of the components, routing, and manufacturing files.
    PCB schematic design: It is a blueprint of PC design that shows all PCB components with symbols. The schematic design is always according to the technical requirements of the user.
    Layout planning: After the schematic design, you have to develop the layout of a PCB that includes physical components’ models, the shape of the PCB, and the structure of a PCB.
    Placement of components: It involves planning the placement of various components. You decide on the PCB layers according to your requirements. The right placement of the components ensures a flawless board, decreasing the production cost.
    First of all, the designer places the fixed components in the layout, including switches and connectors.
    Then, the critical components are placed, such as memory chips, microprocessors, as well as power supplies.
    Then the supporting components of the PCB are placed, like inductors, capacitors, and resistors.
    In the end, the decoupling capacitors and terminating resistors are placed.
    Routing: Once the components are placed, you have to connect all components through trace routing. There are four ways to do so, such as manual routing, auto-interactive routing, semi-automatic, and batch-auto routing. You can choose any method according to your Printed Circuit Board and budget.
    Design: In this stage, you have to plan for the number of board layers, dimension of the board, and types of components. You can use a special app in this case, such as EDA or electronic design automation. The designer often adopts the SMT instead of a through-hole technology, depending on your requirements.Once the design is over, you can export the design files to CAD or Gerber format.
    Preparation of manufacturing files: This is the last stage of design where the designer exports the Gerber files for manufacturing. The manufacturer needs these files to develop a printed circuit board.

    Stage 2-Manufacturing of Circuit Board
    Once the manufacturer receives all design drawings, he starts making PCB. It involves different stages as described below:
    Design Imaging: The manufacturer uses a plotter to convert the PCB design files into filmslike they resemble the photo negatives of the schematic design. The printer uses black and clear inks for inner and outer layers. Copper traces and circuits are shown with black ink, whereas the non-conductive parts are shown with clearink.
    Printing of Inner Layers on Copper: It is the initial stage of PCB manufacturing. The engineer uses a substrate material to make a laminated board. Like, epoxy resin or fiberglasses are common in this case. The design of the PCB is printed on the board, and then his pre-bondscopper on a board’s both sides. After that comes the etching of copper, and then the board is protected through a photo-sensitive film.
    Ultraviolet Light: the manufacturer then exposes the resist-covered PCB to UV light to strengthen the photo-reactive material. Then the board is cleaned with an alkaline solution to get rid of unnecessary copper particles. The expert checks the board to remove any errors and then goes to the next stage. The main aim of UV blasting is to develop a PCB Board according to the schematic drawing.
    Inner layer’s etching: copper’s inner layer needs chemical etching for removal. The process of photoresist prevents the essential copper from etching. The board size determines the amount of the solution and etching time which is less for small boards but more for large boards.
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    Four Stages of PCB Design and Assembling #PCBassembly #PrintedCircuitBoard #PCBBoard #PCBAssembly #smtassembly #pcbassemblyservices PCB is a printed circuit board that helps connect different electrical components. The board is a combination of laminated material, and the copper foil laid on a non-conductive substrate. A PCB is the main part of any electronic device, so it has to be perfect. It should have functional components and microelectronics circuits to perform well. Development of PCB goes through different processes that you should know well. PCB manufacturing has 4 stages, including design, manufacturing, PCB assembly, and PCB testing. First Stage- Design PCB design involves different steps, such as schematic design, layout planning, the placement of the components, routing, and manufacturing files. PCB schematic design: It is a blueprint of PC design that shows all PCB components with symbols. The schematic design is always according to the technical requirements of the user. Layout planning: After the schematic design, you have to develop the layout of a PCB that includes physical components’ models, the shape of the PCB, and the structure of a PCB. Placement of components: It involves planning the placement of various components. You decide on the PCB layers according to your requirements. The right placement of the components ensures a flawless board, decreasing the production cost. First of all, the designer places the fixed components in the layout, including switches and connectors. Then, the critical components are placed, such as memory chips, microprocessors, as well as power supplies. Then the supporting components of the PCB are placed, like inductors, capacitors, and resistors. In the end, the decoupling capacitors and terminating resistors are placed. Routing: Once the components are placed, you have to connect all components through trace routing. There are four ways to do so, such as manual routing, auto-interactive routing, semi-automatic, and batch-auto routing. You can choose any method according to your Printed Circuit Board and budget. Design: In this stage, you have to plan for the number of board layers, dimension of the board, and types of components. You can use a special app in this case, such as EDA or electronic design automation. The designer often adopts the SMT instead of a through-hole technology, depending on your requirements.Once the design is over, you can export the design files to CAD or Gerber format. Preparation of manufacturing files: This is the last stage of design where the designer exports the Gerber files for manufacturing. The manufacturer needs these files to develop a printed circuit board. Stage 2-Manufacturing of Circuit Board Once the manufacturer receives all design drawings, he starts making PCB. It involves different stages as described below: Design Imaging: The manufacturer uses a plotter to convert the PCB design files into filmslike they resemble the photo negatives of the schematic design. The printer uses black and clear inks for inner and outer layers. Copper traces and circuits are shown with black ink, whereas the non-conductive parts are shown with clearink. Printing of Inner Layers on Copper: It is the initial stage of PCB manufacturing. The engineer uses a substrate material to make a laminated board. Like, epoxy resin or fiberglasses are common in this case. The design of the PCB is printed on the board, and then his pre-bondscopper on a board’s both sides. After that comes the etching of copper, and then the board is protected through a photo-sensitive film. Ultraviolet Light: the manufacturer then exposes the resist-covered PCB to UV light to strengthen the photo-reactive material. Then the board is cleaned with an alkaline solution to get rid of unnecessary copper particles. The expert checks the board to remove any errors and then goes to the next stage. The main aim of UV blasting is to develop a PCB Board according to the schematic drawing. Inner layer’s etching: copper’s inner layer needs chemical etching for removal. The process of photoresist prevents the essential copper from etching. The board size determines the amount of the solution and etching time which is less for small boards but more for large boards. Read more: https://bit.ly/3bUkSaE Website: https://pnconline.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PNCONLINE Twitter: https://twitter.com/PNCINC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pnc_pcb/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/pncinc Myspace :https://myspace.com/pncinc2020 Bresdel: https://bresdel.com/pncinc Pinterest :https://www.pinterest.com.au/rrosh2014/_created/ Call us: (973) 284-1600 Email us: sales@pnconline.com Location: PNC INC, 115 East Centre St.Nutley, NJ, 07110
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    It is a blueprint of PCB design that shows all PCB components. The schematic design is always according to the technical requirements of the user.
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  • Physical and Electrical Partitioning In PCB Design
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    Partitioning your design into physical and electrical sections can significantly reduce the number of through-holes you need in your PCB, thereby increasing production speed and cutting down on manufacturing costs. Here, we will explain what physical and electrical partitioning are how they are used in PC design, and how to create effective partitioning schemes in your PCB designs.
    As you work on your next PCB design, you may be wondering how to implement physical and electrical partitioning in your design. These two factors are equally important to making the finished product successful, and both have a huge impact on the success of your design project as a whole. Stay with us if you’re looking to save time and money while producing high-quality products, read on!
    Layout Considerations
    When you’re laying out a Printed Circuit Board, you have two different considerations, such as physical, which is how your components are laid out on your printed circuit board; and electrical, which has to do with where you're going to put all of your wires. These two can be grouped when it comes time for assembly.
    For example, if you plan to use surface-mount parts that require soldering instead of wire-wrapping, then you will want to make sure that there is enough space between these parts so that they can be easily soldered onto your PCB. If you don’t leave enough space between them, then there won’t be room for solder paste. The solder paste is a sticky substance used to hold down SMT parts during pcb assembly.
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    Physical and Electrical Partitioning In PCB Design #PrintedCircuitBoard #pcbassembly #PCboard #PCBoardFabrication #pcbassemblyservices Partitioning your design into physical and electrical sections can significantly reduce the number of through-holes you need in your PCB, thereby increasing production speed and cutting down on manufacturing costs. Here, we will explain what physical and electrical partitioning are how they are used in PC design, and how to create effective partitioning schemes in your PCB designs. As you work on your next PCB design, you may be wondering how to implement physical and electrical partitioning in your design. These two factors are equally important to making the finished product successful, and both have a huge impact on the success of your design project as a whole. Stay with us if you’re looking to save time and money while producing high-quality products, read on! Layout Considerations When you’re laying out a Printed Circuit Board, you have two different considerations, such as physical, which is how your components are laid out on your printed circuit board; and electrical, which has to do with where you're going to put all of your wires. These two can be grouped when it comes time for assembly. For example, if you plan to use surface-mount parts that require soldering instead of wire-wrapping, then you will want to make sure that there is enough space between these parts so that they can be easily soldered onto your PCB. If you don’t leave enough space between them, then there won’t be room for solder paste. The solder paste is a sticky substance used to hold down SMT parts during pcb assembly. Read more: https://bit.ly/3upDBkU Website: https://pnconline.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PNCONLINE Twitter: https://twitter.com/PNCINC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pnc_pcb/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/pncinc Myspace :https://myspace.com/pncinc2020 Bresdel: https://bresdel.com/pncinc Pinterest :https://www.pinterest.com.au/rrosh2014/_created/ Call us: (973) 284-1600 Email us: sales@pnconline.com Location: PNC INC, 115 East Centre St.Nutley, NJ, 07110
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    Partitioning your design into physical and electrical sections can significantly reduce the number of through-holes you need in your PCB, thereby increasing production speed and cutting down on manufacturing costs. Here, we will explain what physical and electrical partitioning are how they are used in PC design, and how to create effective partitioning schemes in your PCB designs.
    As you work on your next PCB design, you may be wondering how to implement physical and electrical partitioning in your design. These two factors are equally important to making the finished product successful, and both have a huge impact on the success of your design project as a whole. Stay with us if you’re looking to save time and money while producing high-quality products.
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    Physical and Electrical Partitioning In PCB Design #PrintedCircuitBoard #pcbassembly #PCboard #PCBoardFabrication #pcbassemblyservices Partitioning your design into physical and electrical sections can significantly reduce the number of through-holes you need in your PCB, thereby increasing production speed and cutting down on manufacturing costs. Here, we will explain what physical and electrical partitioning are how they are used in PC design, and how to create effective partitioning schemes in your PCB designs. As you work on your next PCB design, you may be wondering how to implement physical and electrical partitioning in your design. These two factors are equally important to making the finished product successful, and both have a huge impact on the success of your design project as a whole. Stay with us if you’re looking to save time and money while producing high-quality products. View more: https://youtu.be/Wh8Ku_JZOLA Website:https://pnconline.com/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/PNCONLINE Twitter:https://twitter.com/PNCINC Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/pnc_pcb/ Tumblr:https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/pncinc Myspace:https://myspace.com/pncinc2020 Bresdel:https://bresdel.com/pncinc Call us: (973) 284-1600 Visit us: sales@pnconline.com Location: PNC INC, 115 East Centre St.Nutley, NJ, 07110
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  • Tips for RF PCB Design
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    With so many things to consider when designing an RF PCB, it can be hard to know where to start. How do you choose the right layout? What tools should you use to get the job done? RF PCB design has its own set of challenges that need to be addressed to get the most out of your circuit. There are some best practices you can use to ensure that your design will function optimally and run smoothly.
    The best PCB design solution can be the difference between success and failure for your product, so you want to make sure that you are getting it right the first time around. Our guide will walk you through all of the steps necessary to create an RF design that works and that makes your product even better than you envisioned.
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    Tips for RF PCB Design #PrintedCircuitBoard #PCBOARD #pcbfabrication #pcbassemblyservices With so many things to consider when designing an RF PCB, it can be hard to know where to start. How do you choose the right layout? What tools should you use to get the job done? RF PCB design has its own set of challenges that need to be addressed to get the most out of your circuit. There are some best practices you can use to ensure that your design will function optimally and run smoothly. The best PCB design solution can be the difference between success and failure for your product, so you want to make sure that you are getting it right the first time around. Our guide will walk you through all of the steps necessary to create an RF design that works and that makes your product even better than you envisioned. View more: https://youtu.be/K15F8HrnqBw Call us: (973) 284-1600 Visit us: sales@pnconline.com Location: PNC INC, 115 East Centre St.Nutley, NJ, 07110
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  • Stencils for SMT Assembly
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    A stencil mask is used in many manufacturing processes to make PCBs. This includes SMT stencils which are most commonly used in the process of making printed circuit boards. The use of these SMT stencils varies based on the size and complexity of the board that they will be used on and the type of assembly machine that will be using them.
    For any SMT stencil application, solder paste should be used for paste dispensing. Advantages of using a stencil method are high yield rate, high accuracy, and repeatability, low labor cost, and good surface finish. The main disadvantage is that it is not suitable for mass production or high-mix low-volume assembly.

    SMT Stencil Types
    There are two types of stencils, including manual and automatic. Manual stencils are available in many materials, such as stainless steel, plastic, etc., while the automatic ones are made from silicon rubber material which has been pre-impregnated with the conductive paste by screen printing methods. Both manual and automatic stencils require cleaning after each use.
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    Stencils for SMT Assembly #PrintedCircuitBoard #PCBAssembly #PCBOARD #PCBoardassembly A stencil mask is used in many manufacturing processes to make PCBs. This includes SMT stencils which are most commonly used in the process of making printed circuit boards. The use of these SMT stencils varies based on the size and complexity of the board that they will be used on and the type of assembly machine that will be using them. For any SMT stencil application, solder paste should be used for paste dispensing. Advantages of using a stencil method are high yield rate, high accuracy, and repeatability, low labor cost, and good surface finish. The main disadvantage is that it is not suitable for mass production or high-mix low-volume assembly. SMT Stencil Types There are two types of stencils, including manual and automatic. Manual stencils are available in many materials, such as stainless steel, plastic, etc., while the automatic ones are made from silicon rubber material which has been pre-impregnated with the conductive paste by screen printing methods. Both manual and automatic stencils require cleaning after each use. Read more: https://www.pnconline.com/blog/stencils-for-smt-assembly/ Call us: (973) 284-1600 Visit us: sales@pnconline.com Location: PNC Inc.115 East Centre St.Nutley, NJ 07110
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    Stencils for SMT Assembly
    The use of these Stencils for SMT Assembly varies based on the size and complexity of the board that they will be used on and the type of assembly machine.
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