How do you balance performance and assembly on your PCB? By paying close attention to the PCB component-to-component spacing.
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When you build a piece of medical equipment, traceability is critical—particularly when building a printed circuit board, as there several individual components and materials that go into the manufacturing of a PCB.
IC manufacturers follow a process method called “copy exactly.” Here is a look at copy exact manufacturing and how it pertains to PCB contract manufacturers.
From fabrication to assembly, there are a lot of things that can happen to your circuit board. Your contract manufacturer should have the systems and procedures in place to prevent problems and ensure the best quality assembly for your design.
Too often, PCB design for assembly practices are viewed as simple checks the manufacturer makes after they receive the PCB design data. Instead, these guidelines are critical for the PCB designer to observe during layout.
- PCB Footprint Creation Guidelines to Optimize for Assembly
- PCB Pad Design Guidelines That Follow DFM Best Practices
- PCB Stackup Guidelines for Manufacturing
- SMT vs Through Hole for PCBAs: Pros and Cons
- The Top DFM Issues in PCB Layouts and How to Prevent Them
- Electronics Box Build Assembly: What You Need from Your CM
- Gerber Files Explained: Understanding Their Role in PCB Manufacturing
- Choosing A Medical Electronics Contract Manufacturer for Prototype Runs
- Considerations When Choosing an Automotive Prototype Manufacturer
- PCB Creepage and Clearance Standards for Optimal Assembly