Advanced Circuits, Inc. (ACI)

As experts in the manufacture and assembly of printed circuit boards, we work to make our blog a helpful resource on PCB topics and the industries that we work with, including automotive, consumer electronics, aerospace and many more. Here you'll find insights into PCB design, tech trends, assembly issues, and trending topics in the general news media as they relate to printed circuit board technology.

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Interesting PCB Facts from Advanced Circuits

Have you ever wondered why the solder mask on your printed circuit boards is green? There have been numerous myths and explanations put forward over the years to explain why PCBs are green. The most believable to Advanced Circuits is that original masks for PCB were yellow and brown in color and not very appealing so designers played around with pigments until they achieved the standard green used today. Early gramophones and tube style radios used PCBs as far back as the 1920s, but the PCB as we know it today saw first widespread use after World War II.

As with the PCB facts mentioned above, Advanced Circuits distinguishes itself from the norm. We do so through our specialized printed circuit board manufacturing and assembly capabilities. Our customer service is second to none in the industry and we offer the best delivery turnaround time of any PCB manufacturer.

Placing PCB Orders with Advanced Circuits

As one of the top PCB manufacturers in North America, Advanced Circuits is here to help you get the printed circuit boards you need for your application. No order is too big or small for us, so you get exactly what you need without hassle. Start by using our free PCB artist software to design your PCBs and upload your Gerber files to our free DFM check system to iron out design issues before manufacturing. Contact a representative today for more information on getting started.

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