What Equipment is Required for PCB Manufacturing Process
PCB manufacturing process requires equipment including but not limited to:
PCB pre-processing equipment, such as PCB e-film developer, fixing agent, automatic punching machine, developing, plating, etching, film removal and other machine nozzles.
PCB machining equipment, such as vacuum laminating machine, vacuum laminating machine, PCB substrate sanding and grinding machine, PCB molding machine, PCB inner layer fusion machine, automatic alignment fusion machine, PCB pressing machine.
Screen printing / dry process equipment, such as providing a variety of UV curing machine, precision hot air oven, oven, human-machine interface UV curing machine, CM-650 type board cleaning machine.
PCB test/quality control equipment, such as CMI900X fluorescent coating thickness gauge, CMI563 surface copper thickness tester, COMPACT ECO-PCB X-ray fluorescent coating thickness gauge, test fixtures test racks, SWET-2100e solderability tester.
PCB/SMT soldering installation equipment, such as lead-free stainless steel semi-automatic slag reduction machine, fully automatic spray used wave soldering.
Other electronic equipment, such as precision hot air oven, human-machine interface UV curing machine.
In the PCB process, the need to focus on the problem:
Mechanical Damage: In the production process, the PCB board may be subject to mechanical damage, such as scratches, collisions, etc.. These damages may lead to board performance degradation or failure.
Electrical Problems: PCB manufacturing process involves multiple process steps, each of which may lead to electrical problems. For example, during the drilling process, the location, size and depth of the holes may affect the electrical performance of the board.
Chemicals: Chemicals used in the manufacturing process can be harmful to humans and the environment. For example, some chemicals may cause skin irritation, respiratory problems or more serious health issues.
High-temperature Operations: During PCB manufacturing, high-temperature processes such as soldering and oven handling are required. These processes can lead to operator injuries from high temperatures, such as burns and heat stroke.
Noise and Vibration: Mechanical equipment used in the process may generate noise and vibration, and prolonged exposure to such environments may have an impact on the operator's hearing and health.
Radiation: In some processes, such as the use of X-ray inspection equipment, operators may be exposed to radiation hazards. Prolonged exposure to radiation may have an impact on health.
To minimize these risks, companies should take appropriate safety measures, such as providing appropriate protective equipment, training operators, and establishing safe operating procedures. At the same time, operators should understand and follow the safety regulations in the process to ensure the safety of themselves and others.
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