This article provides common-sense printed-circuit-board (PCB) processing edge and array guidelines that should give most assemblers a good chance at efficiently populating the PCB assemblies (PCBAs) as designed. These guidelines are intended for PCB designers, who must understand the basics of assembly methods (including panelization concepts) applicable to their designs if there’s any hope they will consistently turn out manufacturable board designs...
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