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Copper PCB manufacturing



The copper pcb manufacturing by Hitech, raw material is FR4 TG180 S1000-2 finished gold plating. The thickness of the copper foil is an important factor that affects the characteristic impedance. The greater wire thickness, the smaller impedance, but the range of change is relatively small. In other words, thin copper foil is used to make fine wires to increase or control impedance.
Technical Parameters
Material: FR4 TG180 S1000-2
Production type: Multilayer laye
Application filed: Communication equipment
Layer/thickness: 6L/1.6mm
Surface treatment: Gold plating
Copper thicknes: 3 oz on all layers
Minimum hole diameter: 0.30mm
Technical feature:impedance control

If you are planning to use copper-based PCBS in electronic devices, it is crucial to find out more before ordering. The term “copper base” can refer to any electronic plate. While “copper” may not be the most familiar, it’s an excellent choice for electronic circuit boards.

Unlike the usual single-sided PCB, double-sided metal core PCBS use a metal core between two conductor layers. The copper layer is located between the two conductor layers, and the metal core is connected to the conductor through a hole. Unlike the other two types, copper core PCBS can withstand high temperatures.

Copper-based PCBS are the most expensive type of metal core PCB. They are also more expensive than their aluminum – and iron-based counterparts. However, they perform better in terms of heat conduction and thermal diffusion, making them ideal for high-frequency circuit designs, high-heat dissipating circuits, and high-precision communication devices.

Copper-based PCBS are also commonly referred to as MCPCBS. It is a printed circuit board with a metal core and an insulating layer. It has excellent thermal performance and excellent mechanical strength. Aluminum based PCBS are more cost effective than copper based PCBS. Copper-based PCBS are commonly used in electronic communication equipment and LED lighting.

Compared with aluminum, copper has a higher electrical conductivity. In addition, its density makes it an ideal material for multilayer PCBS. Aluminum, on the other hand, is an excellent choice for single-layer PCBS, but is less efficient for multi-layer PCBS. In addition, aluminum has a much lower carbon footprint than copper. Therefore, if you are considering using a copper-based PCB for your product, make sure you get a PCB with a heavy copper base.

Copper PCB manufacturing

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