San Francisco Circuits Offers Expanded PCB Tolerances


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San Francisco Circuits (SFC), a provider of PCB fabrication and assembly, has just announced the company is now offering expanded PCB tolerances for standard and advanced technology circuit boards. San Francisco Circuits specializes in offering high-yield PCBs in all kinds of applications that meet rigid design and performance specifications.

San Francisco Circuits’ specialty is in providing solutions to the most complex design challenges and ultra-demanding applications—be that high-heat, critical-reliability, or even up to military standards if needed. Their tolerances are built within valid IPC guidelines and standards, typically IPC-A-600 Class 2 standards that should be followed to help minimize issues that could affect performance.

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