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HDI tiskana vezja

An HDI PCB is defined as a printed circuit board with a higher wiring density per unit area than a conventional PCB.

They have much finer lines and spaces, smaller vias and capture pads, and higher connection pad density than employed

in conventional PCB technology.

 

The HDI PCBs we offer include the following highly requested characteristics:

  • Blind and/or buried vias
  • Via-in-pad
  • Through vias from surface to surface
  • Stacked microvias (plated copper or filled with conductive paste)
  • Cavities, countersunk holes or depth milling
  • Solder resist in black, blue, green, etc.
  • Low-halogen material in standard and high Tg range