A client from the Instrumentation Industry contracted Standard Printed Circuit Boards to custom build this double sided printed circuit board (PCB) used within an electronic instrumentation application. This PCB design utilizes simple surface mount technology. Meeting client specifications, our company manufactured 25 boards for this client.

To begin this project, we pulled all the necessary laminates from stock and drilled all necessary holes. Direct metallization was performed to produce conductive hole walls. We also deburred the PCBs, providing a smooth surface, and carried out primary imaging.

After imaging, the PCBs were plated in copper, then solder, and finally etched to remove excess copper from panels. We also applied all LPI soldermask and silkscreen graphics to the PCB. Holding tolerances as tight as ± .005″, we manufactured these PCBs to measure 10.5″ x 8″. Meeting high industry standards for both quality and performance, all finished units were vacuum packed and shipped to our client’s facility in New York.

Double Sided FR4 SMT PCB Highlights

Product Description
This Double Sided Printed Circuit Board is a simple Surface Mount Technology PCB and is used within an Electronic Instrumentation Application
Capabilities Applied/Processes
  • Cut Material To Size
CNC Drilling
Direct Metallization
  • Make Drilled Hole Walls Conductive
Primary Imaging
  • Copper Plating
  • Tin/Lead Plating
  • Remove Excess Copper from Panels
Soldermask / Silkscreening
Final Fabrication
  • CNC Routing to final shape and size
  • Packaging - Vacuum Packed
Overall Part Dimensions
Length: 10.5"
Width: 8"
Tightest Tolerances
±.005" Panelized to Augment Assembly
Material Used
FR- 4
Estimated Part Weight
1 oz.
In process testing performed
Full Electrical Testing
Industry for Use
Electronic Instrumentation
Quantity Manufactured
Delivery Location
New York
Standards Met
IPC-6012B - Qualification and Performance Specification for Rigid Printed Boards
IPC-A-600 - Acceptability of Printed Boards
Product Name
Double Sided SMT PCB (Printed Circuit Board)