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PCBA Processing vs SMT Processing – What is the Difference

PCBA processing vs SMT processing – what is the difference?

PCBA processing and SMT processing are two different methods used in the production of electronic circuit boards. PCBA stands for Printed Circuit Board Assembly, while SMT refers to the specific technique used in the assembly process. Let’s have a detailed look at what is the difference between PCBA processing vs SMT processing.

Electronic manufacturing industry
Chip Packaging Process – An Ultimate Guide

Chip Packaging Process – An Ultimate Guide

Chip, or IC (Integrated Circuit), as a high-tech industry, is an industry that all countries in the world are vigorously developing and researching. The IC industry mainly includes three parts: IC design industry, IC manufacturing industry and IC packaging and testing industry. In this article, let’s take a deeper look at the chip packaging technology in IC packaging and testing.

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China’s PCB exposure equipment market size is nearly 10 billion

China’s PCB exposure equipment market size is nearly 10 billion

PCB exposure equipment is a device that transfers pre-prepared circuit image information to copper substrates through photolithography technology. It is a comprehensive product integrating electrical automation, microelectronic control, mechanical design, optoelectronics, vacuum sealing, CCD alignment and other application technologies .

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SMT vs THT – A Complete Guide about Their Differences

SMT vs THT – A Complete Guide about Their Differences

With the rapid development of science and technology, electronic products are entering our life at an alarming speed. In the field of electronic assembly, surface mount technology (SMT) and through hole technology (THT) are two main manufacturing methods. This article will introduce the differences between SMT vs THT in detail, including process principles, equipment requirements, assembly efficiency and quality.