Rush PCB


About Rush PCB

Rush PCB specializes in higher layer count PCBs, exotic materials, laser drill micro-vias, blind/buried vias, as well as conductive and non-conductive via fill.


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Since 1997, RUSH PCB Inc. has been serving the electronics industry with printed circuit boards and assembly services across the United States and globally. Our business is to manufacture boards from 2 to 32 layers, provide quick turn consigned and full turn-key assemblies.

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Choosing the Perfect Design for Single- and Double-Sided Flex PCBs

Oct. 3, 2023
What’s the right PCB to implement for your device? One must weigh various factors, including layer structure, materials used such as copper-clad laminate, and, of course, circuit...
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Designing Noise-Free, High-Speed PCBs

June 22, 2023
High-speed circuit boards operating above 300 MHz can be a challenge when noise comes into play.
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What are Polyimide Rigid PCBs?

Nov. 11, 2022
The term polyimide constitutes two words—poly and imide. While poly refers to polymers, the word imide refers to progressive imide monomers.
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What Are the Benefits of First Article Inspection?

Aug. 24, 2021
Inspecting the first article units during the early stage of production ensures quality in the long run.
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Is It Necessary to Clean No-Clean Flux?

Nov. 19, 2020
Most assemblers in the electronic industry use no-clean solder paste mainly to eliminate the requirement of cleaning the circuit board assemblies.
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How to Handle Small Components

Sept. 25, 2020
Use of SMT components as small as 0201 and 01005 in consumer products offers a major competitive advantage—they allow for significant design miniaturization.

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Designing with Ultra-Thin, Flexible Printed Circuit Boards

Designing with Ultra-Thin, Flexible Printed Circuit Boards

Sept. 18, 2017
Space savings, greater reliability, low mass, and high ductility are some of the advantages offered by flexible PCBs, but designers must also prepare for their complexity.