Importance of PCBs and PCB Design

Early radio receivers built using valves had a metal chassis for mounting the valves, dials and switches. Engineers placed all other electronic components under the chassis. Since the total [...]

Best Practices for Solder Resist on PCBs

Rush PCB recommends using solder resist (the green coating) on the printed circuit boards (PCBs) as a primary protection against oxidation and corrosion. The presence of the solder resist [...]

Common Surface Treatment Processes for PCBs

Rush PCB offers several surface treatments on bare printed circuit boards (PCBs) to ensure proper electrical properties and good solderability. PCB traces and pads are made of Copper, and exposed [...]

What is Full Turnkey PCB Service?

Rush PCB is a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) manufacturer in the US, and we specialize in providing professional services starting from prototyping to manufacturing of PCBs. We also source [...]

Inspection Methods for PCB Assembly

While at Rush PCB we manufacture and assemble various types of printed circuit boards (PCBs) for our customers, we also recommend professional and timely inspections for preventing failure [...]

Manufacturing PCBs for the Telecommunication Industry

Rush PCB understands that the modern telecommunication industry involves a lot more than just telephones and their related networks. The industry deals with many forms of communication devices, [...]

IPC Standards for PCBs

Rush PCB has established technological advances that allow manufacturing of complex Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) inexpensively. Since almost all electronic devices have at least one PCB as an [...]

What is First Article Assembly and Inspection?

Rush PCB offers first article assembly of PCBs at the most cost-effective rates compared to that from any other turnkey PCB assembly house. First article assembly and approval by the client [...]

Relationship between Copper Weight and Current Carrying Capacity

On Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) made by Rush PCB, the copper weight of a trace bears a direct relationship to the current it can carry. The current carrying capacity of the trace depends [...]

What PCBs Work Well in Harsh Environments?

Designers at RUSH PCB try to maximize the performance of printed circuit boards (PCBs) they make. Applications demand higher power densities and operating temperatures that can literally cook [...]

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