PCBCart Exhibits at NEPCON Japan


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PCBCart exhibited at the NEPCON 47th Electronics R&D and Manufacturing Technology Expo in Tokyo, Japan.

During NEPCON Expo January 17-19, PCBCart displayed comprehensive classifications of the most advanced PCBs including Aluminum PCBs laminated with FR-4, PTFE high-frequency PCBs, ultra-thick PCBs, HDI PCBs with two steps, HDI flex-rigid PCBs, and multilayer mixed-laminate PCBs. Those products result from combinations of different top PCB fabrication technologies to meet increasingly higher demands of modern electronic products.

Apart from PCB fabrication, visitors also got access to PCB assembly and components sourcing capabilities of PCBCart. At PCBCart’s booth, customers learned about PCB assembly applications in electronic products serving industries of medical care, telecommunications, military, automotive, and consumer electronics. based on successful cases in the past over 10 years’ development. High-tech SMT assembly samples were also displayed with advanced assembly capabilities such as SMD 01005, fine-line BGA, QFN or WLCSP mounting, press fit, POP etc. Furthermore, standardized steps of components sourcing, inspection and storage principles were introduced to visitors as well during expo.

The NEPCON Expo showcased PCBCart’s partial market focus on PCB solutions, from PCB fabrication, PCB assembly to components sourcing. NEPCON Expo is Asia’s largest electronic show, which is held twice a year and will be held in September 2018 in Nagoya, Japan. Primary expo segments on display at NEPCON include electrotest, IC and sensor packaging technology, electronic components and materials, PWB, fine process technology, and LED and laser diode technology.

PCBCart is a worldwide electronic manufacturing service provider specializing in end-to-end electronic solutions. The primary services of PCBCart contain co-designing, DFM/DFA check, quick turn prototyping, SMT assembly, box build, quality control, NPI, and supply chain management. 

For more detailed information about PCBCart, please visit www.pcbcart.com.

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