Nowadays, PCB designers are preferred using multilayer boards design throughout their PCB design phase. It shortens the design time and same dollars in long run. Prototype assembly is much easier and less time consuming and it reduces labor costs too.
What Designer prefers to do:
Designers prefer to add one or two internal layers to the prototype board. They expand the spacing between traces with a touch. Then the auto router starts work for you. This technique is radically shortened the layout time on the prototype board. It hypothetically cuts a spin-off from the total prototyping process by increasing the tolerances.
How it helps the designers?
- It cuts the designing time
- Reduce the cost of labor
- Better DFM tolerance reduces the design mistakes
- Fewer prototype spins reduce save cost of the boards, components
- Increase the productivity
Larger companies, who are doing business in PCB manufacturing, are following this prototyping technique for a long time. This process works well where high-speed design isn’t much and strict compliance isn’t mandatory.
Your prototype board needs to be optimized before it going to the production phase. The process of PCB prototype assembly helps the client to achieve complicated circuit designs without much delay. The design and testing procedure ensures that the specific prototype is built in a complete quality controlled environment. PCB component can be loaded by either manually or by automated loading station.
By the instant online quoting system facilitates the client to determine the cost of the PCB, Prototype making and printed circuit board assembly immediately. The cost of the component can be verified from the price list of a different vendor. So, the cost of PCB prototyping process includes the cost of PCB, assembly process, components, and labor. The whole process takes around 2 weeks. After reviewing of the engineering documents the assembly work commences.