Submitted by editor on Wed, 04/04/2018 - 12:52
Printed circuit boards are extremely versatile and are affected by every new change in technology. The PCB community is forever on the lookout to see the emerging changes in the machinery. It’s not just the continuous changes in technology but also consumer trends that have a direct impact on the PCB market. Here is how the world of PCB equipment and machinery is forever transforming:
PCB becomes all the more complex:
Submitted by editor on Mon, 03/26/2018 - 11:42
In case you are in need of printed circuit boards, then there is no shortage of options. Moreover, there are a number of PCB supplier and manufacturer in business these days. However, the most important thing is choosing the right one. A wrong decision can be costly, even disastrous for your company. Scroll down to read 4 important tips which will help you!
Quality Standards and Certifications
Submitted by editor on Thu, 03/15/2018 - 15:14
Most PCB are designed with CAD or other PCB design tools that the technician is comfortable and familiar with. In reality, once the design has been completed the fabricator will manufacture the board from files or documentation generated from the design tools using their own automation tools and sophisticated Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) techniques.
Submitted by editor on Tue, 03/06/2018 - 10:35
- Who invented PCB?
The PCB was invented by Paul Eisler, an Austrian inventor. Eisler developed the first PCB when working on a radio set in 1936. Although, the mass use of PCBs was not popular until after the 1950s, and their popularity increased tremendously from there.