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-A > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Annular Ring > What is the definition ?
-B > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Bank Account (Germany) > What are the details?
-C > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Cancel a order > How do I cancel a order?
-Codeword > Which syntax is permitted?
-Contours-File (CU) > What does it mean?
-D > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Data Exchange > How can I send the data?
-Data Formats > Which data format do you prefer?
-Delivery adress > How can I get more delivery adresses?
-Delivery in Panelized Boards (PB) > How manny diffrent methods can be used?
-Delivery of excess and short quantities > Why can delivery of excess quantities & short deliveries be various ?
-Design Rule Check (DRC) > How important is a DRC?
-DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 > Are you certified?
-Direct Debit > only valid in Germany. What does this means ?
-Drilling and Routing (1) > Which is the smallest possible price-neutral via diameter with FR4 1.5 mm material?
-Drilling and Routing (2) > How large is the standard hole position tolerance between (plt) plated through and (npt) not plated through drillings?
-Drilling and Routing (3) > Do the manufacturing costs rise with smaller milling diameters?
-Drilling and Routing (4) > Is a hole position tolerance (plt) plated through to (npt) plated through of +/- 0.07 mm possible?
-Drilling and Routing (5) > Do we have to consider larger tolerances with the v-scoring technology than with milling?
-Drilling and Routing (6) > Is jump v-scoring possible for you and how much is it more expensive than standard linear v-scoring?
-Drilling and Routing (7) > How large must be the distance between copper and edge for v-scoring?
-Drilling and Routing (8) > How much distance has to be given from drilling to drilling, so that no drill break can happen?
-Drillings > Where can i put in the drillings, if i use the on-line calculation?
-E > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Eagle output of gerber data > Have you specifications of Eagle layers?
-ENIG > What does it mean?
-Error Highlights > What are the most frequent mistakes or omissions?
-F > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Flying Probe (1) > What does it mean?
-Flying Probe (2) > When is an E-test with flyingprobe of advantage?
-Flying Probe (3) > Do you check only the top layer?
-FR4 > Base Material What are the important spec´s?
-G > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-H > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Hot shot > Do you offer such a service?
-I > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Immersion Ag > What kind of lead-free surfaces can you offer ?
-Immersion Tin > Does it have the full requirements of the RoHS-Compliance?
-Initial Costs > What are initial costs?
-Inquiries and ordering > Can i inquire and order only on-line?
-Item Number > What may and which not?
-J > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-K > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Keyword > Which syntax is permitted?
-L > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Layouts > Do you make layouts?
-M > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-MAA Basic Jet Line > What are MAA and how can I calculate this?
-MAA Medium Jet Line > What are MAA´s and how can i calculate this?
-Methods of Shipment > Which modes of shipment do you offer?
-Multi-Panel (MP) > What is that and which one must consider?
-Multilayer-Technology > Which (net) surface of your production panel can be used for our printed circuit boards?
-N > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-O > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-On-line Calculation (1) > Why is the on-line calculation cheaper?
-On-line Calculation (2) > Which advantages does my company have by on-line calculation?
-On-line Calculation (3) > Which input, affects as the price?
-On-line Calculation (4) > What is the difference between Basic and Medium Jet Line?
-On-line Ordering > What means status of 1,2 etc.?
-OSP > (Organic Surface Protection) ?
-P > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Password > Which syntax is permitted?
-Payment advanced > When are you starting wiht the production?
-Payment Method > Wich options i have?
-PayPal > What are the advantages of this payment method ?
-PayPal final payment > How can I handle additional payments with PayPal?
-Plating HAL and Etching (1) > To which disadvantages does an unequal copper distribution on one Layer and between different Layers lead?
-Plating HAL and Etching (2) > Which minimum conductor width and isolation must be given for 70µ and 105µ circuits?
-Plating HAL and Etching (3) > About how much tenth millimeters a drilling must be isolated from copper, so that the tenting procedure for not plated through drillings is possible?
-Post Calculation > Can prices be different from the quotation?
-Prints > How many different silkscreen printing do you have?
-Production > Do you really produce only in germany?
-Q > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-R > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Repeat order online > How can i place an order of a board being deliverd before?
-S > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Silk Screen Clearance > What is the minimum distance to solder land?
-Silk Screen Size > What are the spec's in order to alphanumeric characters?
-SMD-Pitch > What is clearance definition?
-Solder Mask (1) > About which value should the data of the solder resist mask be increased in opposite to the Pads (oversizing)?
-Solder Mask (2) > Which solder resist bridge width is to be realized between SMD pads and which isolation must be present between the SMD pads?
-Solder Mask (3) > Which colors are available for the solder resist?
-Standard lead times > Do I have to expect surcharges?
-Status > What does it mean?
-Storage of printed circuit boards > How long can printed circuit boards be stored without causing soldering problems?
-Surface (1) > RoHS-Compliance (leadfree)?
-Surface Printing (1) > How largely may a drilling or a milling be, in order to be able to overprint it with a peelable solder resist ?
-Surface Printing (2) > How many soldering processes does the peelable solder resist withstand?
-Surface Printing (3) > Which minimum isolation distance has to be kept between carbon surfaces?
-Surface Printing (4) > Which minimum isolation distance has to be kept between carbon surfaces and solder surfaces?
-Surface Printing (5) > Which is the smallest reproducible line width in the carbon printing?
-Surface Printing (6) > Which via diameter do you prefer, if the Vias must be locked hermetically with solder resist ?
-Surface Printing (7) > Which color do you favour with the marking print and why ?
-T > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Test Points > How can i calculate the test points?
-Type (Nomenclature) > What is that?
-U > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-UL-Approval > What and for which is that?
-for V-cutting ?
-V-Cutting > (Scoring) How large must be the distance between copper and edge
-V > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Value Added Tax (VAT) > When will it be charged?
-W > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Working Days > What is your definition of a working day?
-X > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Y > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
-Z > Abbreviations for Printed Circuit Boards
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| Registered at the Krefeld District Court | Registration No. HRB 1444 | VAT-ID-No.: DE 120 156 920 |
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