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High-power applications are those that require a lot of power to operate. This is usually because they are used in devices that need to be able to run for a long time without being plugged in.
NCAB Group Interim report Q2 2022
Today NCAB Group presented our Interim report for the second quarter 2022.
NCAB Group acquires Kestrel in the UK
Kestrel is a leading supplier of value-added PCB solutions with annual net sales of SEK 125 million, mainly in the UK.
How an advanced product specification leads to reliable PCBs
NCAB´s PCB specification includes over a 100 different requirements or criteria, all of which must be met in the manufacture of PCBs for our customers.
Welcome to NCAB Group webinars
NCAB Group offers a variety of webinars in different languages. Here you will find a list of the webinars we run at the moment.
New energy vehicles vs. traditional – what is the difference in relation to PCBs?
The automotive industry is undergoing a revolutionary change. The electronic part in the new energy vehicle is more involved and advanced, and with this in mind, the demands on the PCBs will increase in various ways.
IPC seminar 19th May
NCAB Group is represented at the Global Industry in Paris with two seminars: IPC and Ultra HDI PCBS and PCBs for Automotive/Harsh environments.
NCAB Group Interim report Q1 2022
Today NCAB Group presented our Interim report for the first quarter 2022.
PCB Etchback Processes
PCB etchback is a process applied within to maintain optimized routing signals between multiple layers within printed circuit boards.
NCAB Group Annual Report and Sustainability Report 2021
NCAB Group Annual Report and Sustainability Report for 2021 were published today.
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