Just Ask Happy: Mechanically Drilled Blind and Buried Vias


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Q: Why are mechanical blind and buried vias popular in certain market sectors, yet they never took off in others?

A: Blind and buried vias have their advantages. If only a few are needed, then they can be mechanically drilled. But in markets where miniaturization is essential, and the volumes are high, the laser is the drilling machine of choice.

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