AdvancedPCB Holds MIL-PRF-55110G GF Etchback Certificate

Posted 1/17/2013 by AdvancedPCB
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AdvancedPCB Holds MIL-PRF-55110G GF Etchback Certificate

Getting the high quality printed circuit boards that you need for your unique application is vital so that everything in your system will work properly. This is why you want to work with a PCB manufacturer that provides products that are certified to meet high standards of quality. AdvancedPCB holds a MIL-PRF-55110G GF Etchback certificate from the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA Land and Maritime). The certificate approves AdvancedPCB as a printed circuit board manufacturer that has met the requirements for rigid printed wiring boards. The product tested also was built using foil lamination technology and meets peel strength and etchback requirements.

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Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are used to support and electrically connect different components in electronics. You want to be sure to design and order PCBs that are built to meet your specifications so your system works correctly. Contact the team at AdvancedPCB to learn more about designing and placing your PCB order today.

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