Eurocircuits understands the need for Fast Delivery of your PCB Prototypes and that’s why we have invested in the right equipment and process to be able to offer you a
3 Days Standard Delivery Term
This gives you low prices with a fast delivery for all your Prototypes without compromising on the quality.
Need your Prototypes Assembled?
No problem, our 3+3 PCB Proto and Assembly service offers you the best solution, to find out more simply click on the banner below.
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Our Standard Delivery terms for our STANDARD, DEFINED Impedance, IMS & RF pool services is
5 Days Delivery as Standard
This offers you low prices with a short delivery for all your Prototypes and Small Series PCB’s.
Need your Prototypes faster?
No problem our standard delivery term for our PCB Proto service is 3 days.
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This has the advantage that your PCB’s are delivered (bare board or populated) “ON TIME” and ‘WITHIN BUDGET”.
Making sure that your project meet your “TIME to MARKET” expectations.
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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 values for these tracks and gaps.
The service is designed around 50Ω characteristic and 90Ω differential impedance requirements and uses material with a guaranteed dielectric constant (εr).
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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.
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Manufacturing tolerances are the amount of variation that is allowed in a measurement
or other characteristic of an object.
Ref: Collins English Dictionary
Tolerances are everywhere, they are applied to everything that is manufactured whether it is a simple screw, a mobile phone or a spacecraft, they are all affected by tolerances and PCB’s are no different.
Even our domestic electricity has a tolerance, for example in Europe it is approx. +/- 6%.
When you design a new product, you do so with a specific set of dimensions in mind, these are known as the nominal dimensions.
However, these must have a tolerance, no matter how small (or large) they must exist to allow for cost effective manufacture.
We should all know that the smaller (tighter) the tolerance the higher the cost of manufacture will be.
For industrial PCB production there are international standards for these tolerances. We produce all our boards according to the “IPC-A-600 Acceptability of Printed Boards” version F (http://www.ipc.org/TOC/IPC-A-600F.pdf) Class II (Industrial products).
Using the Eurocircuits Insight Technology platform together with Eurocircuits TV we have created a series of informative guides that help explain these manufacturing tolerances.
Our first guide in this series is:
Finished Hole Size Tolerances
The finished hole size on a PCB is affected by the following factors:
Type of Hole – Plated, Non-Plated or Via.
Nominal Hole Size vs available Drill Bit Sizes.
Drill Bit Size Tolerance.
Drill Bit Wear during use.
Hole Cleaning (Desmear).
The Plating Process and Copper Balance.
The Final Surface Finish of the PCB.
To read more on how and why these factors influence the finished hole size on a PCB simply click on the button below.