When you finished the design and manufacturing of your board, it is important to run a test to see if everything is working as expect, for many simple boards, this is done by human eyes check, but sometimes for more complex board, it is better to run a fully functioning test. Let do it here.
DIfferences with a normal finished PCB: This is a rough introduction about the “unfinished” quick PCB service (Let’s call it UQ-PCB in the following text), what it is? From the meaning of the name, it is not-yet finished, the board have these following differences with normal “finished” board: No solder mask and silk print on
We have set up more information about manufacturing PCB here: Eagle: How to panelizing; export Gerber file from eagle. panelizing in eagle is little bit triggy, if you don’t do it well, you will get the parts number on the copied board also increased number, for example, on the second copy of the board, R1 resistor may become
There are a few penalizing methods we are using now: V-cut: Make a mechanical V-cut in between the board, and later you can easily break by hand. But you get a little rough edge of the board. And you got extra cost for extra design, you can read more details in the PCB service page. Tab-routing: Mill
Compare to Photo-sensitive PCB, toner transfer PCB require less tools, steps to do, also every easy to control. We finish this simple board in 10 minutes. Of course, we provide a very professional PCB service now, you can get a very high quality PCB sample from our this service. 😀 I have to say this board
Traditional through – holes design with PTH components is the thing of yesterday, after seeing the video, you will understand that the through – holes always require you bigger parts, labor force to put the parts into the board manually, large size of the PCB board, and more reasons that make it worse than SMD (Surface-mount