Advanced Circuits, Inc. (ACI)

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Thin PCBs Are Growing in the Marketplace

Thin Printed Circuit Board Development

It is not a secret that mobile electronics such as phones, tablets and wearables are slimming down when it comes to design. At the same time, product manufacturers are able to extract even more power from printed circuit boards and components in order to deliver new features that connect both consumers and professionals to nearly every other person on the planet. However, in order to pull this off engineers are designing PCBs much smaller and thinner than ever before.

Innovative PCB Designers Make New Products Possible

Not only are PCB designers under pressure to pack in as many components as possible into smaller spaces, circuit board manufacturers are being tasked with refining production processes to maximize efficiency and value for organizations in need of their services. In addition, reliability and durability concerns arise when dealing with smaller and thinner PCBs. In order to find the perfect solution, engineers continue to research new methods to solve problems such as overheating and low battery life.

The Rise of High-Performance PCBs

As a result of the move of the marketplace into “next-gen” technology, high-performance PCBs are growing in popularity among device makers. When it comes to advanced designs that are being installed in demanding applications, such as in the aerospace and defense industries, selecting the right materials to work under varying circumstances is essential for success. This is why industry experts continue to tackle issues surrounding the next generation of PCBs and how engineers can work to build the circuit boards needed to take projects and products to the next level. To learn more about high-performance PCBs and your options when designing your next batch of circuit boards, contact an expert at Advanced Circuits today.

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