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A new back drill technique guarantees increased depth control and tolerance

A new back drill technique guarantees increased depth control and tolerance

With today's ever-growing demand on electronic systems, PCBs are required to be more complex with a greater number of features, while at the same time cheaper. We are in constant pursuit after improved signal integrity, fewer press lamination cycles, reduced lead times and high-level of drill accuracy. 

PCB Technologies has embraced a new solution and took it to the next level. A unique depth drill technique, based on fine tuning of the Z axis, by utilizing new machinery equipped with CCD camera. This method guaranties our customers the value of increased depth control and tolerance. As a result we facilitate minimized dialectical distance (5-7 mil.), which, in turn, decreases the stub length (4-6 mil.) and ensures back drill diameter equalizing to the finish drill size + 4 mil.

The process features also a designated measuring system that enables greater control of the drilling depth. This, in turn, increases the accuracy of the back drilling process.

 

 

We were awarded with a large production contract of PCBs for the world's leading anti-missiles systems "Iron Dome"

We were awarded with a large production contract of PCBs for the world's leading anti-missiles systems "Iron Dome"
We were awarded with a large production contract of PCBs for the world's leading anti-missiles systems "Iron Dome", recently purchased by the US DoD.

Company officials say that "this contract is an expression of the confidence our customers have in the quality and superior performance of our PCBs and another milestone in our strategy of expanding our business to the US market. with decades of experience in producing PCBs and PCBAs for high end applications such as airborne, radars, maritime and other systems, we poses today a large portfolio of technologies and solutions that we believe can be of a great value to more US customers"

The award is for two years of production and should be followed by more contracts.