We have a pcb design with track space less than 5/5mil. And i was told many fab can not make it,it will take long time to change it. Anyone have recommendation of fab who can produce it?
Arkus B. wrote: > We have a pcb design with track space less than 5/5mil. Why the heck? I see plenty of empty space... :-/ > Anyone have recommendation of fab who can produce it? https://www.multi-circuit-boards.eu/en/index.html --> https://www.multi-circuit-boards.eu/en/products/printed-circuit-boards/special-production.html https://www.wedirekt.de/en/ --> https://www.wedirekt.de/web/media/16_wedirekt/spezifikationen/auswahlmoeglichkeiten/WEdirekt_-_Overview_of_the_ordering_options_2017.pdf In short: almost every up-to-date fab is able to handle those structures. But you will have to pay them for.
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@Arkus Bruce (Company: electronic lab) (arkusbruce001) >We have a pcb design with track space less than 5/5mil. Bad. >And i was told many fab can not make it,it will take long time to change >it. I doubt it, especially in the screenshot shown. I guess you are just too lazy. Most manufacturer make 6/6 mil desgins using their standard process. Smaller track/gap is (much) more expensive. So your time to fix the design saves Money and provides a good opportunity to improve your layout skills. Njoy
Arkus B. wrote: > We have a pcb design with track space less than 5/5mil. This is not the only problem with your design. There are many unacceptable Errors even in this small Picture. I would refuse to produce such PCBs in any case. Georg
Just have look at the lower left corner, there is a window with a LOT of error messeages . . .
Hi Njoy thank you for your suggestion, sound good idea. i'll make some changes before manufacturing to save money.
Arkus B. wrote: > i'll make some changes before manufacturing to save money. And then run a DRC (design rule check) with real world parameters from a manufacturer. When you go out of that DRC with no errors, then you are ready for manufacturing.
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I have a Min Track/Spacing 4 / 4mil project produced at PCBGOGO. But the price of this line spacing is very expensive. It is recommended to modify your PCB design file. This will save you a lot of project costs.
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For people, who also try to design with dense routings, the file found under the link might be an interesting lecture. Conclusion for one part: do not push to the manufacturer's boarders without any need. https://resources.ema-eda.com/pcb-design-content-central/hitchhikers-guide-to-pcb-design
Look at the and the damed red note...