How do you go about purchasing reliable and durable PCBs at the lowest possible cost? A key success factor is to provide the prospective suppliers with accurate and clear specifications, and to keep a close eye on the quality of the boards once they are in production. This in turn requires the parties involved to establish and maintain a close and efficient dialogue to ensure that the process builds on correct and relevant information.
Our newsletters are published four times a year and they are an effective way to spread and share the collective knowledge that we have within the NCAB Group. Today, these newsletter are published in 10 languages and reach approximately 40 markets and 3000 customers worldwide. We are constantly striving to keep both a technical and commercial focus with current topics.
This is an issue where we have collected some of the most interesting articles over the years.
By taking a firm and comprehensive grip on its sustainability work, the NCAB Group is declaring its intention to assume responsibility for the social and environmental consequences of its operations. It also encompasses a desire to hand over a healthy world to future generations, but NCAB’s management also maintains that it is good for business.
Modern electronic products are expected to offer more and more advanced functions, while the products themselves are becoming smaller and smaller. This puts greater demands on the PCB design and also the aspects relating to the PCB manufacturing process. There are two key factors for the successful production of high quality advanced PCBs; firstly, making the right choices at the design stage – and then carefully choosing the factory that can support the specific technical demands of the project in question.