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Problems with non-uniformity in PCB copper pattern plating are typically described as "the FAB problem". But imagine how much time and money one could save when each player in the process (Design -> CAM -> Production) would be able to identify potential problems at an early stage.
What if the PCB pre-production engineer could upfront identify problem areas for the pattern plating and apply auto-intelligent copper balancing, as part of the CAM process to provide a right-first-time panel layout for production? And what if the process engineer has a software that accurately predicted the impact of plating parameters on the layer thickness distribution to increase first pass yields on new PCB parts?
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Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
I recently spoke with PCB Technologies’ Jeff De Serrano, Yaniv Maydar, and Alon Menache about their new venture, InPack. They explain their plans to focus on advanced packaging, miniaturization, and other high-end technology, with much faster time to market, and they offer a view of the global market as well.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
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Dan Beaulieu, D.B. Management Group
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