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2. Advantages of Double-sided printed circuit boards over single-sided PCBs
- The double-sided printed circuit board (DSPB) is a type of printed circuit board that combines both sides of the PCB (printed circuit board), for example, a single-sided PCB with two layers on both sides.
- The DSPB has the advantage over single-sided PCBs in that the conductive material on both sides of the PCB is up to 4 times thicker than on a single-sided PCB.
- The construction and process of printing using double-sided printed circuit boards are also called as double-layer pcb boards.
- A DSPB can be constructed either by a stencil method or by the production method according to the type of component parts.
- A stencil is an assembly method where the component parts are generally soldered or ground to the substrate at the component production line and routed through all assembly processes such as bending, crimping, bending, soldering etc.
- The production method is an assembly method where component parts are mechanically fabricated using an extrusion die machine (EDM) or directly by 3D printing, laser cutting etc. In this case, there will be some space between component parts in order to provide mechanical support for components during the manufacturing process.
- The advantage of DSPB over SPCB is its higher thickness and more conductive material; however, it has lower thermal conductivity compared with SPCB. Furthermore, DSPBs have higher manufacturing cost compared with SPCBs due to its multiple passes and complex structures.
- In general terms, DSPBs are used for high-volume applications such as mobile phones, co-ax cables, etc . A large number of components such as ICs , diodes, resistors, capacitors, inductors, etc can be mounted directly on the printed circuit board without any extra components being required to be mounted manually on top of it by hand provided that they can withstand high temperature and humidity conditions which can cause them to fail prematurely while mounting it onto substrates made from glass fiber/polymer/cermet/epoxy resin materials.
- As a result of this feature, they have many advantages over SPCBs especially when they are used in high-power electronic products like mobile phones / digital signage/computer LCD / computers because they can handle higher performance requirements even at higher temperatures and humidity conditions faster than SPCBs.
- Such advantages include increased reliability and safety factors due to their open structure; lower production costs; reduced weight distribution resulting from smaller size; higher life expectancy; better thermal con
Types of double-sided printed circuit boards
- Double-sided pcb board construction is a technology used in the production of printed circuit boards, wherein one surface of the board is double-sided, that is, both surfaces are provided with a conductive material such as copper and aluminum.
- The double-sided pcb board can be used to manufacture many types of devices ranging from ICs (integrated circuits) to semiconductors (electronic components).
- The quality that makes a double-sided pcb board an excellent choice for manufacturing applications is its ability to withstand high temperatures and electrical stress. The board can also maintain its properties even when subjected to corrosive environments and corrosive chemicals.
Double-Sided PCB Manufacturing Process
- Double-sided printed circuit board (PCB) fabrication is a process in which the two sides of a PCB are constructed as one unit and are then joined together. There are two types of double-sided PCB manufacturing processes:
- The wet run style of manufacturing can also improve component density and layout density on the board. This achieves better ease of access to important circuit structures and components that may be difficult to assemble correctly when using a dry run process. The wet run style can also be used to integrate connectors between layers of a multi-layer PCB, as well as link several layers together in an integrated configuration (a single Substrate).