The design of a customized printed circuit board (PCB) is essential for most electronics products, ranging from small consumer electronics to sophisticated components for computer systems. Based on the design of the product in which PCB will be used, project engineers can work in consultation with their clients to ensure that the design meets constraints that are in place regarding costs and materials. After drafting a design of the PCB electronically, engineers will need to develop prototypes in order to test it.

Manufacture Prototypes of PCB Designs

There are a number of ways the PCB can be manufactured after it is designed. In most cases, a layer of copper is bonded with the substrate material. In order to create the paths indicated on the circuit board schematics, the intended paths are protected before the excess copper is removed. Some PCB designs are manufactured by adding copper traces. When the PCB design calls for traces on both sides of the circuit board, the process of creating the traces can be performed on each side of the board in succession.

With the prototype in hand, engineers can ensure that the copper traces have been placed properly. When manufacturing larger production runs, this level of detail in testing may not be possible. Other techniques allow for more efficient testing of high volumes.

The engineers at Technisys have worked on a number of PCB projects, as well as have overseen production based on their specifications. Businesses and government organizations interested in learning more about the company's services and experience can contact representatives by email or by phone at (856) 848-9001.