Printed circuit boards are defined as charge carriers of electronic and electro-mechanical components. By means of conductor paths and drillings, power, either in the form of electrical energy or as an information signal is transported efficiently from component to component with no breaks.
The use of electronics in the most diverse application areas, the resulting demands, and the rapid continuation of miniaturisation in electronics call for an ever wider range of manufacturing technologies to meet these demands. The technologies listed here demonstrate that, far beyond special applications (e.g. semiflex or aluminium circuit boards, etc.), we satisfy the greatest range of worldwide required circuit boards.