201701.18
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4 Pieces of Modern Technology That Wouldn’t Exist Without Printed Circuit Boards

A Printed Circuit Board, more commonly known as a PCB, is a basic building block of most modern electronic devices. They are usually made from fiberglass or reinforced plastics, with traces of copper and thin strips of conducting material. These strips connect electronic components, carrying information between them, and enable the device to work as…

201701.18
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What Microvias Are, What They Do, and Why They’re Better Than Other Vias

Your company has just developed a brand-new product that could potentially change the way your industry pursues computing. Your design team hands you the product specifications, and you contact an advanced Printed Circuit Board (PCB) manufacturer. You order PCBs, which are necessary for your team to create a prototype and test your new product. The…

201612.09
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Streamline Circuits: The Importance of Being a Sales-Driven Organization

Interview between Judy Warner of I-Connect 007 and Sr. Vice President, Tom Doslak For most organizations, a Sales person’s job is to find customers who meet the criteria of their company’s capabilities. We at Streamline instead take a sales-driven approach. We like to seek out and listen to our new customers and their advanced technology…

201610.27
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IPC Classes: Similarities and Differences

Whether just breaking into the advanced printed circuit board industry, or a veteran of rigid, rigid-flex, and flex PCBs who has just been going with the flow, IPC quality Classes for the manufacturing of PCBs might seem foggy. It is obvious that Class 3 is more advanced and therefore more costly than Class 2 but…

201610.10
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How Are Printed Circuit Boards Made?

You need printed circuit boards, or PCBs, for your product to function. But how are these essential components made, and what are they made of? PCB technology is fairly complicated, and you might be curious about how your printed circuit boards are manufactured before they become part of your product. This blog can walk you…