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Common Reasons for Solder Joint Failure

Common Reasons for Solder Joint Failure

The reliability of solder joints in circuit boards is of utmost importance. The failure of one small solder joint can disrupt an entire PCB. Here are some of the most common reasons for solder joint failure: 1. Poor solder joint design There are various types of...

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5 Best Tips for Managing PCB Thermal Resistance

5 Best Tips for Managing PCB Thermal Resistance

When it comes to designing PCBs, extreme heat could result in the loss of money and time if your efforts fail to optimize the heat dissipation and distribution of your board. While conducting a precise mathematical analysis of the thermal component of a printed...

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All About Silk Screen: PCB Identification and Labels

All About Silk Screen: PCB Identification and Labels

Just as legends and text help to make sense of streets and roads on a map, the silkscreen used in PCBs helps users understand the location of components, details for their orientation and placement, labels, logos and identifiers. The silkscreen’s layer houses...

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Top PCB Myths Debunked

Top PCB Myths Debunked

Printed circuit boards of various sizes can be found in every type of electronic device, from your television and iPad to your computer and mobile device. Their main purpose is to form a connection between different components. Whether you realize it or not, your...

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Metal Core PCBs vs. FR4 PCBs

Metal Core PCBs vs. FR4 PCBs

When it comes to printed circuit boards, you can opt for a metal core PCB (like aluminum PCBs) or use the standard FR4 board. While industries like LED prefer the former, there’s nothing wrong with choosing the FR4 type as your go-to PCB. In fact, if you’ve been using...

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What’s the Right Thickness for PCBs?

What’s the Right Thickness for PCBs?

PCBs are critical components for various electrical devices and industries. However, a lot of buyers aren’t aware that PCB thickness can play a significant role in designing the ideal board for their needs. In some cases, the printed circuit board manufacturer may ask...

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A Guide to Great PCB Design

A Guide to Great PCB Design

Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are the essential components of every electronic device in the modern age. These are small pieces that lay a foundation for appliances, communication devices and industrial machinery alike. With frequent advancements in technology, these...

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Flex Boards 101

Flex Boards 101

Flex board designs are not just a luxury, but a requirement for several applications. Multiple sectors, including medicine and aerospace, utilize flex PCBs to accommodate elaborately or tightly shaped form factors. However, before choosing a particular class type from...

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PCB Cleaning Technologies

PCB Cleaning Technologies

Printed circuit boards or PCBs undergo a lot of abuse. Besides accumulating dirt and dust that can easily penetrate components of industrial machines, smartphones and other devices, they’re prone to the soaking and splashing from the liquids they occasionally come in...

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Tips for the Most Efficient PCB Assembly

Tips for the Most Efficient PCB Assembly

Assembling printed circuit boards is no easy task. It requires a myriad of complex procedures, a skilled labor force and sophisticated machinery. Companies that demand PCB assemblies know how costly the process can become. The priority, therefore, is to modify the...

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Common Soldering Issues

Common Soldering Issues

In a printed circuit board (PCB) production run, the components are not manually soldered. The soldering in the manufacturing process uses the same principles employed in the prototyping process but draws on some heavy-hitting machinery to get the job done. The use of...

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PCB Prototyping 101

PCB Prototyping 101

Designers of printed circuit boards usually generate a prototype board before embarking on full-scale PCB manufacturing. Typically, multiple prototype runs are included in the development of the final fabricated PCB. Prototypes are typically developed for...

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