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Author:  hqew2013 [ Mon Oct 28, 2013 7:47 pm ]
Post subject:  PCB123 Capabilities

Board Thickness
.031 thickness available on 2 layer boards with solder mask and 1 oz Cu
.062 Thickness available with all configurations

Copper thickness
1 oz Cu available on all configurations
2.5 oz Cu available on 2 layer boards with solder mask and .062 Thickness

Solder Finish
Tin/lead
RoHS (lead free) Immersion Silver

Pads
When 1 oz Cu is selected, pads for holes should be .016 to .050 larger than the selected finished hole size.
When 2.5 oz Cu is selected pads for holes should be .028 to .062 larger than the selected finished hole size.

Drill
All holes are through from top to bottom layer of PCB circuit board.
24 preset drill sizes available.
For holes = .070: finished holes should be separated, hole edge to hole edge, by a minimum distance of .017.
Smallest finished hole available for 2 layer board is .020. The smallest finished hole available for 4 to 6 layer board is .014.
We cannot guarantee Non-Plated holes will be non-plated. The resist on holes = .150 may break down and allow plating into holes.
No Blind or buried vias.
The largest finished hole size available is .25

Material
FR4 150 Tg Minimum
Dielectric constant 4.5 +/- .1
Maximum operating temperature 130o C

Solder mask options
2 sides
Green Mask only
A 3 mil solder mask swell is provided for all pins/pads.

Silkscreen options
2 sides available
White silk only

Fabrication
Individual routing only
Route a single continuous outline using a .093 router. The edge of the router moves a long the center of the provided outline to route the board shape. A notch in the board outline must be at least .1 to allow room for the router. A notch smaller than .1 can be ordered through the Full Feature or Custom Quote service.
No internal routing allowed (No slots or cutouts)

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