About The Author
Hooman Javdan

Hooman attended University of Toronto for electrical engineering, and received his bachelor of commerce from Ryerson in Information Technology. For over 10 years, Hooman has been a leader in electronic manufacturing services helping clients from with various assemblies of PCBs and prototype designs.

Materials Matter: How to Choose the Right Substrates for Your PCB

April 9, 2024

Just as the key to a home’s longevity is a strong and stable foundation, the key to a sturdy and durable

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The Importance of Quality Control in PCB Manufacturing

April 2, 2024

In the world of printed circuit board (PCB) design and manufacturing, there are countless reasons why quality control should always be a top...

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Green PCB Manufacturing: Sustainable Practices and Materials

March 12, 2024

Thanks to the tech boom of modern times, technology is increasingly assimilated into every aspect of our lives. As this continues, due to the...

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PCB Assembly Techniques: Manual vs. Automated

February 13, 2024

Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are the small (typically green) chips covered in lines and copper parts that you will find at the...

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The Future of PCB Manufacturing: Emerging Technologies and Trends

February 6, 2024

The printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing industry is one that has seen many immense changes take place since...

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How to Order Printed Circuit Boards: A Step-By-Step Guide

January 18, 2024

When it comes to producing a complete printed circuit board (PCB), there are two main essential stages involved in the process: the fabrication of...

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4 Common Misconceptions About Printed Circuit Boards (Part 2)

December 26, 2023

Even though printed circuit boards (PCBs) are an integral part of most electronics, since the technology involved in their design and...

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The Basics of Printed Circuit Boards: A Beginner-Friendly Guide

December 19, 2023

If you went around your house and collected all of your electronic devices and took them apart, there would be one thing in common: one of their...

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