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Three Common Mistakes to Avoid in the Design Phase of PCB prototype Fabrication

Prototyping is a common procedure for most electronic components including printed circuit boards (PCBs). How businesses design and develop their electronic products has changed over the years. This impact can be felt in PCB design, too. Generally, the PCB design serves as the base for PCB prototyping where engineers create schematic diagrams that are referred

2023-03-16T11:42:48+08:00March 14th, 2023|Industry News, News|0 Comments

The 2023 Global Sources Electronics Hong Kong Show is coming!

Dear Customer, The 2023 Global Sources Electronics Hong Kong Show is coming! Welcome to visit us at Booth. 11N19,11N19U. Looking forward to seeing you! 2023 Global Sources Electronics Hong Kong Show-Spring Edition Booth: 11N19,11N19U Date: 11-Apr-23 to 14-Apr-23 Venue: Asia-World Expo, Hong Kong SAR  

2023-03-10T15:13:43+08:00March 10th, 2023|News, Trade Fair|0 Comments

What is PCB Etching?

Etching often seems to be something creative such as giving shape to a sculpture, or drawing a design on a glass. However, this is a process used to refine and sculpt printed circuit boards. Printed circuit boards are made of different materials as substrate, such as copper, FR4, plastic, aluminum, and so on. However, all

2023-02-10T11:27:59+08:00February 10th, 2023|Industry News, News|0 Comments

What is Ball Grid Array & Why it is important in PCB assembly?

What is a Ball Grid Array (BGA) Packaging Technology? BGA is a surface-mount technology that uses an array of solder balls for electrical interconnection. The interconnection is achieved between the package body and the base. Based on different packaging materials, a number of BGA components has been developed such as Ceramic BGA (CBGA), Plastic

2023-05-15T16:52:49+08:00February 8th, 2023|Industry News, News, PCB Assembly|0 Comments

PCBA Design Tips to Avoid Reflow-Induced Failure

Key Takeaways What is reflow soldering? What types of reflow-induced failure can occur during assembly? How to design your PCBA to prevent failures during reflow. To generate any tangible item of any degree of complexity, there are four essential requirements: First, is a clear plan or strategy. Second, is the

2023-05-15T16:52:10+08:00February 3rd, 2023|Industry News, News, PCB Assembly|0 Comments

Why Process Control Measurement is Essential

The integrity of Printed Circuit Boards is crucial to ensure the reliability of the electronic product. To this end, process control measurement has to be implemented to optimize the SMT PCB Assembly. This will ensure that costly errors aren’t found at a later date, which could result in a high failure rate of products.

2023-05-15T16:51:13+08:00February 1st, 2023|Industry News, PCB Assembly|0 Comments

Tips to Reducing Costs in Printed Circuit Boards

Before you go ahead and place your PCB order, it is important to know the costs involved in the fabrication process. Your board may require a particular type of fabrication that will involve additional charges. The cost of PCB fabrication varies based on the size of the board, number of layers, components used, surface finish,

2023-01-31T17:22:31+08:00January 31st, 2023|Industry News, News|0 Comments

What is the purpose of adding alloy metals to the solder paste during PCB assembly?

Tin (Sn) based solder is still the best material for PCB assembly in the modern industry today. The only difference is the lead (Pb) free from the solder base due to environmental concerns. The melting point of tin (Sn) as 231.9°C, is hardly accepted by PCB assembly since most electronic components may not sustain such

2023-05-15T16:54:45+08:00January 18th, 2023|Industry News, News|0 Comments

PCB Assembly Design Considerations for Wave Soldering vs Reflow Soldering

Wave Soldering VS Reflow Soldering For PCB assembly, the two soldering techniques called wave soldering and reflow soldering are very different in their functional approach to soldering components. For example, wave soldering incorporates the use of wave crests or peaks to solder the components. On the other hand, reflow soldering utilizes an oven to heat

2023-05-15T16:54:07+08:00January 11th, 2023|Industry News, News|0 Comments

Holiday Arrangements for Spring Festival 2023

Dear Customer, Since China’s New Year is approaching, we'd like to inform you that we'll have 11-day holiday from Jan. 18th to Jan. 28th (GMT+8), and work will resume on Jan.29th. In order not to get your manufacturing efficiency reduced, we strongly suggest you submit quotation or order in advance so that manufacturing can be

2023-01-04T16:38:48+08:00January 4th, 2023|Company News, News|0 Comments
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