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      High Precision PCB Drilling

      High Precision PCB Drilling

      Miniaturizations

      Recent developments into miniaturizations have been a major cause of the great momentum in the electronic industry’s expansion. As miniaturization continues to propel the industry, fabricating electronics and manufacturing PCBs is becoming highly challenging. The most challenging aspect of PCB fabrication is the incorporation of high-density vias and through holes used as interconnects. The through holes are used to mount the electronic components, which make up the circuits.

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      As the packing density of the through holes in the PCB assembly line increases the demand for smaller holes increases respectively. Two main technologies that are used to produce accurate and repeatable holes of microns in diameter are mechanical drilling and laser drilling. The through hole diameters can range from 50-300 microns and run about 1-3 mm deep using these PCB drilling techniques.

      PCB Drill Room

      PCB Drill Room

      PCB Drilling Considerations

      The drill press consists of a high-speed spindle, which rotates at speeds of about 300k RPM. These speeds are essential to produce the required accuracy for micron-level drilling on the PCB.

      To maintain accuracy at high speeds, the spindle makes use of an air bearing and a direct drill bit assembly, which is held by a precision collet chuck. Additionally, the vibration of the tip of the bit is controlled within a 10-micron range. In order to maintain the exact position of the hole on the PCB, the drill is mounted on a servo table, which controls the motion of the table on the X and Y-axes. A tunnel actuator is used to control the motion of the PCB in the Z-axis.

      As the pitch of the holes in the PCB assembly line is constantly decreasing and the demand for higher throughput is respectively increasing, the electronics to control the servo may lag behind at some point in time. The use of laser drilling to create through holes for manufacturing PCBs helps reduce or eliminate this lag and is the next generation’s requirement.

      PCB Drilling

      PCB Drill Room

      Laser Drills

      Laser drills used in the PCB fabrication process consist of a complex set of optics, which are used to control the pinpoint accuracy of the laser, required to make a fine hole.

      The size (diameter) of the hole to be drilled in the PCB is controlled using the aperture of the setup and the depth of the hole is controlled by the time of exposure. Also, the beam is split into various energy bands to further provide control and precision. A moving focal lens is used to concentrate the energy of the laser beam exactly at the drilling location. A Galveno-sensor is used to accurately move and position the PCB with high speed and accuracy. Galveno sensors capable of switching at speeds of 2400 KHz are currently used in the industry.

      Additionally, a novel method known as the direct exposure technique can also be used to drill holes in the circuit board. This technique is based on the concepts of image processing, where the system increases the accuracy and speed by creating an image of the PCB and converting that image into a position map. The position map is then used to align the PCB under the laser for the drilling process. 

      Advanced research in image processing algorithms and precise optics will further improve the throughput and yield of PCB fabrication and high speed drilling used in the process.

      PCB Laser Drilling

      PCB Laser Drilling

       

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