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Is printed circuit board covered with copper very “up to mark”? One article to help you get practical guidelines and norms
1. When covering platform with copper, it must be completely covered, and mold and platform cannot form an acute angle.
2. Try to use copper wires instead of thick ones. When thick lines are used, vias are usually fancy routing vias that increase aperture and surface of via.
3. Consider using a copper fill instead of copper fill + trace pattern, which often produces small sharp corners and right angles. Use copper fill instead of tracing.
4. The form border must be at a grid point, no grid is allowed. (Sony specification)
5. The corners of form must be same size. As shown in image below, both sides of a corner are 4 grid points, so all small corners should be same size. The shape cannot cross platform and penetrate inside device, in particular, surface layer is covered with copper over a large area.
6. Strictly speaking, form and form, form and line, must be placed at same distance from each other. If distance between figure and line is set to 0.3 mm, then distance between all figures should be same. There can't be situations like 0.4mm. or 0.25 mm., but in order to keep copper on grid, this is distance of grid, subject to a distance of 0.3 mm.
7. Plug body ground, GND at other end of inductance connected to body ground, and other end of the resistor are copper plated.
8. The copper plug sheath connection method uses 8 corner method, not full connection method.
9. The GND terminal of capacitor directly enters ground of inner layer through through hole, do not connect through copper shell, latter is not conducive to welding, and copper shell in a small area is useless.
10. The connection of power supply, especially output of power supply from power supply chip, is connected by pouring copper.
11, PCB, even if there are many empty areas, if distance between signal lines is large enough, there is no need to cover surface with copper. Partial copper plating on surface will result in an uneven balance of copper foil on PCB. And if copper fill is too close to trace, trace impedance will be affected by copper jacket.
12. Due to limited space, GND cannot enter inner ground layer through adjacent through hole. At this time, it can be connected to inner ground layer through local copper potting and then through through hole.
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