One of the steps of producing printed circuit boards are the holes in the printed circuit board to enable addition of the components. For this, we need a suitable drill, preferably an X-ray drill to make these holes as precariously as possible. The drill must drill the holes required to register the components.
This process is also controlled by computer systems to give the operator complete drilling of the control holes in the holes to be drilled. The drill used also makes high-speed rotations to ensure that the holes are as clean as possible. All together holes are not a job to be done quickly. You need to have time for this process.
After the rilling pieces of the board will be cutted of like resin. The excess of this resin needs to be cut off before the board is ready for the next step of the process that is coating the PCB.
To produce the inner layers of multilayer PCB, we start with a laminate panel. Laminate is an epoxy resin and fiberglass core with pre-glued copper foil on each side.
The first step we do is pick up a laminate panel to make a multilayer PCB. This laminate is an epoxy resin and fiberglass core coating that contains a pre-adhesive copper foil on both sides.
The panels will be printed in a room that is as clean as possible to prevent dust from entering the surface of the plates. This is important to avoid short or open circuits in the final product.
The pins made in the previous process are now used to group the layers together to obtain a perfect result with the right images in the inner layers.
The next step is to assemble the layers together. Therefore, copper sheets and sheets of pre-impregnated sheets are used for this purpose. These layers are pressed when the batteries are pasted into a pressed layer. These pressurize the heated pressure plates and pressurize the layers together. The heat is melting the epoxy resin. Meanwhile, the press links the PCB. This process is controlled by computers to ensure good temperature and pressure.
Also in China these production facilities are available. They can provide high quality personnel to ensure that the quality of the PCB will be according to the wishes of the customer. After the operator, the boards are stored in racks and will be controlled before they are available for shorter processes.
Almost all multi-layer PCBs use holes that are drilled through all the boards to connect the conductors between these layers. To get a good connection, the PCB needs to have a thin layer of copper on the sides of these holes to make it work. These copper layers are mostly about 25 microns.
To attach these layers, special computer-controlled machines are required to depose these layers of copper. First of all the thickness of the layer is very important and can only be made a machine capable of doing this by electrodeposition. The sides, however, are non-conductive glass and resin.
Mostly the electrolytic copper is used to add to the sides of the holes and the copper is added step by step to get the right thickness.
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