Cambridge Nanotherm supply finished PCBs that are circuitized according to our customers requirements. Nanotherm’s approved supplier programme ensures that our partners meet our exacting standards for quality and consistency. Depending on the complexity of the finished circuit the product may go through a number of different processes to produce the final circuits ready for our customers to put through their assembly lines.
Our core products both go through different circuitisation processes to create the wire trace. Nanotherm LC uses a reductive process where the copper is etched away to create the circuit whilst Nanotherm DM uses an additive process where the circuit is built up using a sputtering process. These are very different processes: the reductive process is used by all PCB fabricators whilst the thin film additive process is more specialised. This is reflected in the associated costs.
The range of different finishes and options available for Nanoceramic circuits is vast – to find out whether we can help you please contact one of our technical experts to discuss your requirements.