High-quality PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) must conform to required parameters of their designers and have to be free from errors and failure because the success of applications PCBs serve for totally lies in the running of PCBs. Once PCBs suffer from errors, smooth running of these applications will be definitely at stake. However, PCBs are so complex in themselves that there are so many components mounted on boards and solder connections as well. Therefore, it's extremely important and necessary to implement inspections on circuit boards.
In this article, leading inspection methods will be discussed with their advantages and disadvantages involved, which leads OEMs to pick up the most suitable inspection method based on considerations of cost and product requirement.
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