Würth Elektronik Webinars!

New trends from printed circuit board technology - stay up-to-date at all times by taking part in Würth Elektronik webinars!

In our web-based seminars, our technology specialists and product managers will also shine a light on interesting topics regarding printed circuit boards. They will present to you printed circuit board uses and applications, explain the use of design rules and much more. Take the opportunity to gain information within a short presentation: succinct, independent, flexible and interactive!

For questions, please contact us via email to webinar@we-online.de.

Printed circuit board production, part 4: High Density Interconnect PCBs

We continue our series " PCB Production" with High Density Interconnect (HDI) PCBs. Learn how the miniaturization technologies MICROVIA.hdi and SLIM.hdi are designed and manufactured and to what extent the wiring density can be increased.

Understanding this helps in PCB design to be able to successfully implement the requirements from the functional specification in the design and the knowledge equally helps in communicating with the PCB manufacturer. This webinar series teaches the basics of PCB production and is aimed at PCB designers, buyers, electronics developers and students.

In this webinar you will learn more about

  • Manufacturing and fabrication processes for HDI printed circuit boards.
  • Via design for BGA unbundling and the impact on stackup and manufacturing
  • Our advantageous standard stackups
  • Solder carrier as assembly aid for very thin PCBs
  • Application examples

We invite you to this webinar on 07.12.2022 at 11:00 am.

We will also be happy to answer questions in the Q&A session of the live event, which will not be included in the recording - so it's worth joining us live. Feel free to send us your questions in advance by e-mail or ask them live in the webinar. We look forward to seeing you!

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