Entries by Kevin Smith

Insight Technology – Finished PCB Thickness Tolerances

Definition of Tolerance for Manufacturing Manufacturing tolerances are the amount of variation that is allowed in a measurement or other characteristic of an object. Ref: Collins English Dictionary We continue with our series on Understanding Tolerances on a PCB with our 5th guide: Finished PCB Thickness Tolerances As with all manufacturing processes the Finished PCB […]

PCB Art – Scarab by Boldport

This may sound like a strange title but for many years Eurocircuits has been manufacturing PCB Art. What is PCB Art? Simply put it is a PCB’s that stand out from the ordinary and combines art with industrial electronics. We have been working with Saar Drimer (founder of Boldport) an electronic artist for many years. […]

Insight Technology – Layer to Layer Registration Tolerances

Definition of Tolerance for Manufacturing Manufacturing tolerances are the amount of variation that is allowed in a measurement or other characteristic of an object. Ref: Collins English Dictionary We continue with our series on Understanding Tolerances on a PCB with our latest guide: Layer to Layer Registration Tolerances The accuracy of layer to layer registration […]

New! – DEFINED IMPEDANCE pool

New! – DEFINED IMPEDANCE pool   We are very pleased to announce the introduction of our new fast & competitively priced solution for DEFINED IMPEDANCE PCB’s. Our DEFINED IMPEDANCE pool service is designed for PCB’s that require a specific impedance for specific tracks. There is an online calculator to help you to define the correct […]

5 Days Delivery as Standard

New and exciting update to our standard delivery terms for our STANDARD, IMS & RF pool services. 5 Days Delivery as Standard   Our pooling efficiency now allows us to offer you a standard 5 working days delivery for the same price as 7 working days for your Prototypes and Small Series PCB’s.    

eC-reflow-mate v4 Promotion

eC-reflow-mate v4 Promotion   Have you ever needed to build a prototype PCB at the last minute, the first one failed but you’ve identified the problem and with a small manual modification to the circuit on your spare PCB you could prove it works! The problem is soldering the components to the PCB, you could […]