PCB Fabrication Highfive
PCB Fabrication, all work must be according to design and development files. It can be Gerber files or PCB files.
Highfive engineering would check and go to CAD/CAM processes, including double-check services for PCB CAD/CAM,
MI file must be issued after all CAD/CAM processes, Highfive EMS
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Highfive most specialists are quick and mix-volume delivery with reliable PCB Fabrication. As you needs finishing PCB Fabrication as soon as possible. For example, we can provider in 12 hours if you need. This is why we can be trusted and be interested by customers. Our team with PCB fabrication experts to turn it around for you.
Why We Can Provide Fast prototype?
Highfive Technology providers PCB Fabrication that have a lot of flexibility when it comes to turnaround times. Even you just need one piece based on special material and special technology.
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PCB Fabrication Special Material On-store
We have keep some special materials on-store always.
PCB prototyping is short-run printed circuit boards for prototyping or testing purposes.
When it comes to prototyping, the emphasis is on the speed and flexibility of PCB Fabrication as we have the materials you need!
This Allows Developers to Test Their Products and Meet Deadlines!
Rapid PCB prototyping means that product developers can test different ideas in quick succession. And if they need to tweak anything they can do so. They can get a new board delivered rapidly for our PCB Fabrication.
PCB Fabrication Processes
Once we have received your project data (as a Gerber file). We can get a working prototype back to you within as little as a day.
PCB Fabrication is manufactured through a combination of photo imaging. Including etching processes. The process outlined below is a general overview of PCB Fabrication and some of our specialists.
When they are manufactured in high volumes. These steps are carried out differently to increase efficiency and reliability.
But it should give you a general idea.
The first is CAD and CAM Processing
Initially, a schematic of the circuit is typically created using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software.
A Gerber data file is then created.
Which is converted using computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software.
And it forms the basic Printed Circuit Board layout.
CAM software generates the artwork.
Which is printed using a plotter.
This artwork is used later in the PCB fabrication processes.
PCB materials such as FR4, Geek, and Polymedic, etc. It comes in various sizes.
These materials are on-store according to our experience.
At the same time, you can ask for our purchasing for your projects.
There would be pre-cutting into specific sizes.
The dimensions depend on the number of boards required. And the layout of the circuit on them.
For multilayer boards, each layer is simply added on top of another. And then baked in the oven.
PCB Fabrication Flow
First, panels are coated using a light-sensitive film.
Then the images from the artwork are then printed on these coated panels.
The printing is acid-resistant and thus allows the unwanted areas of the copper panel to be etched away.
Leaving is only the parts forming the circuit.
The etched layers are then laminated together.
They are pressed together with thin sheets of resin-coated fiberglass.
Which are at high pressure and high temperature. As the board cools the layers bond together.
The next stage involves drilling holes.
These holes are positioned using the drill data from the Gerber data file.
Some of the circuits on different layers. It will need connecting together.
This is achieved using a process called the “through-hole plating”, the PTH process.
A solder mask is then applied as a coating to protect the circuit.
Which is from any solder splashes applied during the final PCB assembly process.
Naturally, some of the circuits must be left exposed. Where soldering is required such as surface mount tabs, connection holes, etc.
The printed circuit board is now virtually complete. And just needs finishing off.
This involves cutting the board to size. Then there is electrical testing for open circuits and short circuits.
As well as a manual eye inspection to ensure high quality.
Some processes have AOI, Automatic optical instrument Process.
PCB Fabrication NPI
The design provides information about what the board needs. Including which to do and the environment. It will be used so Highfive can develop and test an appropriate schematic.
Custom products require small production runs and tend to be more expensive. With standard generic formats are cheaper to produce. Prototypes by definition are small in volume. And therefore it can be very costly.
Highfive accept a variety of jobs. It can offer a range of types of circuit boards to meet your needs. Additional services include design, and other product development activities to support you.
PCB Prototype to High Volume
Function Distribution Percentage
Admin/Support 52 6.57%
Production 635 80.28%
Engineering 48 6.07%
Quality 52 7.08%
Total 791 100%
The form is issued on April, 2019.
Some of Standards Ramark
1 IPC-A-600E Acceptability of PCB
2 IPC-RB-276 Rigid PCB Accreditation and Performance Test
3 UL-796 PCB Safety Standards
4 MIL-P-55110D/E PCB Standards
5 MIL-P-13949 PCB Materials Inspection Norms
6 MIL-STD-105 Norms of Random Check
7 IPC-D-300 Size and Tolerance
8 IPC-TM-650 PCB Reliability Test Methods
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