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Rigid PCB Design For Assembly Guide

The purpose of this Design for Assembly (DFA) guide is to assist Bittele’s customers in designing printed circuit boards (PCBs) that can be assembled in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The following sections will define the various tolerances, rules, and procedures to which Bittele adheres during the PCB assembly process.

In order to create a high-quality project at the lowest possible cost and in the most efficient manner, it is absolutely critical to consider DFA principles. The information in this guideline is intended to give Bittele’s clients a clear idea of what DFA means in the PCB industry, and to provide relevant information regarding Bittele’s specific capabilities. Clients equipped with this information will reap the greatest possible benefit during their PCB assembly experience, and satisfied clients are always Bittele’s primary objective.

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