Printed Circuit Board Assembly Process Flow

Printed Circuit Board Assembly Process Flow

Printed Circuit Board Assembly Process Flow
PCBs are made of different parts and resins with circuitry on the surface to connect parts to one another. A PCB will usually have components for memory chips, processors, input/output devices, and then electrical components like resistors and capacitors.

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Printed Circuit Board Assembly Process Flow

PCBs are made of different parts and resins with circuitry on the surface to connect parts to one another. A PCB will usually have components for memory chips, processors, input/output devices, and then electrical components like resistors and capacitors. 

Basic Information

TYPE:

Sample circuit board

PCB layers

1~32 layers

Max working panel area

457*610MM

Min boartd tinckness

4 Layer:0.4MM/6 Layer:0.8MM/8 Layer:1.0MM/10 Layer:1.2MM

Insulation resistance

1E+12R(normal condition)

DIP service

resistance/ capacitance/diode/transistor/ IC / IC socket.etc.

SMT service

0201/0402/0603/1206/particularity,etc

Test type

Available on request

Casing material

Metals/plastic/custom-made

Business Type:

Manufacturers

Place of Origin

Shenzhen,China

Product Function

The printed circuit board provides mechanical support for fixing and assembling various electronic components such as integrated circuits, and realizes wiring, electrical connection or electrical insulation between various electronic components such as integrated circuits, and provides required electrical characteristics. It provides solder mask graphics for automated soldering, identifying characters and graphics for component insertion, inspection, and repair.

Requested information for pcb assembly

1. Gerber file of the bare pcb board
2. BOM for assembly(bill of material)
3. Testing Guide & Test file
4. Programming files&programming file
5. Schematic if necessary
6. Clear Pic. of PCB or PCBA sample if available

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