The Fabrication Drawing

Robertson, Chris
September 2001
Printed Circuit Design;Sep2001, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p44
Trade Publication
Part III. Presents information on fabrication drawing of circuits. Description of the surface finish process; Information on silkscreen aspect ratio; Details on the routing process.


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