Using SMD Jumpers

Our customers at Rush PCB Inc often use jumpers in their printed circuit board designs. In fact, the use of jumpers starts early, sometimes with the use of breadboards. These are typically [...]

How to Avoid DFM Issues

Before starting with PCB manufacturing, Rush PCB Inc insists on a clean and unambiguous data package. This not only decreases cycle time, but also ensures a clear understanding of requirements. [...]

Guide to PCB Thickness

When manufacturing PCBs, Rush PCB Inc. considers PCB thickness as a very important factor, as it affects the power handling capacity of the board. As PCB design software does not provide any [...]

How to Use PCB Inks

Printed circuit manufacturers use various types of PCB inks on the boards they manufacture. These mainly include liquid inks for the solder resist or solder mask layer and for the surface [...]

What are Metal Edged PCBs?

Rush PCB makes two types of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), one with non-metalized edges and the other with metallized edges. Earlier there was not much demand for metal-edged PCBs, but now more [...]

SMT Components

Rush PCB handles a large variety of components suitable for Surface Mount Technology (SMT) while designing and/or assembling PCBs for our customers. This is because almost all the electronics we [...]

Testing Flex PCBs

Rush PCB ensures the integrity of flexible printed circuit boards ,Testing Flex PCBs through an essential step—testing. We verify the quality of raw materials going in to making the PCBs and the [...]

How are SMCs Assembled?

At Rush PCB, most of the printed circuit boards (PCBs) we assemble have surface mount components (SMCs) on them. Our customers want their boards assembled with SMCs primarily because SMCs offer [...]

Qualifying a BOM

Although the electronic industry uses a Bill of Materials (BOM) to indicate a list of ingredients a product uses, the concept of a comprehensive BOM is still elusive to most people. To create a [...]