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PCB Specifications and DRC
PCB Options offered by MacroFab
These are what MacroFab currently offers for PCB options though the online interface. See this knowledge base article for how to customize your PCB options.
|Layers||2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16|
|PCB Substrate||FR4, TG175, Lead Free, RoHS Compliant|
|Thickness||0.062” (1.6mm) standard, 0.008″-0.248″ (0.2mm – 6.3mm) custom|
|PCB Thickness Increment||0.0004″ (0.01mm)|
|Max Dimensions||15.5” x 15.5” (393.7mm x 393.7mm)|
|Minimum Billable Area||1 square inch (25.4mm²)|
|Solder Resist||Top and Bottom Standard|
|Silkscreen||Top and Bottom Standard|
|Copper Weight||1 ounce (35um), 2 ounce (70um)|
|Silkscreen Color||Red, green, blue, yellow, black, white|
|Soldermask Color||Red, green, light green, matte green, blue, yellow, black, matte black, white, dark brown, transparent|
|Blind and Buried Vias||Not Supported|
Design Rules for PCBs
MacroFab has 4 different sets of Design Rule Checks (DRC) for PCBs. Standard, Extended Manufacturing, Extended Drill, and Extended Manufacturing and Drill. Most PCBs fall under our Standard DRC. If you have any questions about your PCB design and what set of DRC to use, contact us!
|Property||Standard Manufacturing||Extended Manufacturing||Extended Drill||Extended MFG & Drill|
|Minimum trace width||5 mil (0.13mm)||3 mil (0.08mm)||5 mil (0.13mm)||3 mil (0.08mm)|
|Minimum spacing||5 mil (0.13mm)||3 mil (0.08mm)||5 mil (0.13mm)||3 mil (0.08mm)|
|Minimum annular ring||6 mil (0.16mm)||3 mil (0.08mm)||6 mil (0.16mm)||3 mil (0.08mm)|
|Clearances from edge of board||10 mil (0.26mm)||3 mil (0.08mm)||10 mil (0.26mm)||3 mil (0.08mm)|
|Minimum drill size||12 mil (0.305mm)||12 mil (0.305mm)||4 mil (0.1mm)||4 mil (0.1mm)|
|Minimum paste aperture||12 mil (0.305mm)||12 mil (0.305mm)||12 mil (0.305mm)||12 mil (0.305mm)|
|Minimum Silkscreen Size||5 mil (0.127mm)||5 mil (0.127mm)||5 mil (0.127mm)||5 mil (0.127mm)|
PCB Layer Stack Ups
MacroFab has a standard set of PCB layer stack ups. For more information on PCB layer stack ups check out the knowledge base article PCB Layer Stack Ups. If a custom stack up is required for your project, contact us!
PCB and Material Datasheets
Below you can find the datasheets for the materials that are used to create your PCB.