Thick Copper PCB Manufacturing
Thick copper PCB products are used extensively in power electronic devices and power supply systems. A growing trend in the PCB industry, this unique type of heavy copper PCB features a finished copper weight of more than 4oz (140μm), compared to the 1oz (35μm) or 2oz (0μm) copper weight generally found in those with a standard PCB copper thickness.
NOD Electronics is a highly skilled PCB manufacturer that can develop and produce a superior thick copper PCB product of the highest quality. We offer a thick copper PCB manufacturing service that uses copper weights of up to 15oz (525μm).
Our Capabilities of Thick Copper PCB Manufacturing
Total Pad Size Standard Advanced Capture Pad Drill + 0.008 Drill + 0.006 Landing Pad Drill + 0.008 Drill + 0.006 BC Mechanical Drill (Type III) 0.008 0.006 Laser Drill Size 0.004-0.010 0.0025 Material Thickness 0.0035 0.0025 Stacked Via Yes Yes Type I Capabilities single & Double Deep Yes Yes Type II Capabilities Buried Vias with Microvias Yes Yes Type III Capabilities Yes Yes Copper Filled Microvia Yes Yes Smallest Copper Filled Microvia 0.004 0.0025 Copper Filled Microvia Aspect Ratio 0.75:1 1:1 Smallest Laser Microvia Hole Size 0.004 0.0025 Laser Via Aspect Ratio (Depth:Diameter) 0.75:1 1:1
Costs and Quotation of Thick Copper PCB Manufacturing
The total costs of extreme copper PCB manufacturing and PCB assembly services are mainly determined by PCB dimension, laminate thickness, surface finish, layer(s), other special technical requirements (such as blind & buried via, impedance), components, numbers of soldering pads and test plan. You can send PCB files (gerbers) and BOM to get instant quotation within 24 hours.
To fulfill your time-to-market is our mission during the course of extreme copper PCB manufacturing. We will make you stay without any hassle since you pass the manufacturing order to NOD Electronics. Value-added manufacturing services will impress you. PCBs with extreme copper assembly offers multiple advantages over a conventional printed circuit board, and is an ideal fit for today’s high-demand electronic applications.