Guidelines for designing a printed circuit board

The price of a printed circuit board is largely determined by the design. Innovative products are becoming increasingly sophisticated, with components shrinking in size. The requirements for a printed circuit board are growing continuously. We have established some guidelines that can assist you in designing your printed circuit board.

These guidelines can serve as the foundation for your design. They do not dictate what is technically feasible. For technical possibilities, please contact one of our engineers.

Why these guidelines?

In approximately 40% of the datasets we receive, we see issues with the data. These can include missing or unclear information, conflicts with design rules, traces that do not align properly, or oversizing in the solder mask. Rectifying these problems afterward can be time-consuming; in some cases, it may even necessitate a redesign.

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