PCB Maker Unitech Pioneers Smart Production to Boost Yield Rates


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Taiwan-based Unitech Printed Circuit Board has taken the lead to incorporate smart manufacturing into the PCB sector, seeking to significantly boost yield rates and tap the market for high value-added PCBs needed for increasingly sophisticated electronics devices, Digitimes reports.

The firm's vice president L.C. Lee said that PCB production is a highly complicated process involving mechanical, chemical and electronics technologies, and the increasingly complicated designs seen in electronics products has further multiplied the complexity of PCB production. Lee stressed it is a must for PCB production to go smart.

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