Copper clad laminates are extremely important basic insulation materials for printed circuit boards. Printed circuit boards in various forms and functions are processed, etched, drilled, and copper plated on copper clad laminates. Different printed circuits (single-sided, double-sided, multilayer).
As a substrate material in the manufacture of printed circuit boards, copper clad laminates mainly play the role of interconnection, insulation and support for printed circuit boards, and have a great influence on the signal transmission speed, energy loss and characteristic impedance in the circuit Therefore, the performance, quality, workability in manufacturing, manufacturing level, manufacturing cost, and long-term reliability and stability of the printed circuit board depend largely on the copper clad laminate.
Traditional copper clad laminates are mainly used to manufacture printed circuit boards to support, interconnect and insulate electronic components. They are called important basic materials for printed circuit boards. It is an important electronic material that is indispensable for all electronic products, including all electronic products such as aviation, aerospace, remote sensing, telemetry, remote control, communication, computers, industrial controls, household appliances, and even high-grade children's toys. With the continuous improvement of technological level, some special electronic copper clad laminates have also been used to directly manufacture printed electronic components in recent years.
Due to the small size, light weight and thinness of electronic products, printed circuit boards must have various high-quality and high-tech features, so that printed circuit board manufacturing technology directly involves a variety of contemporary high-tech, its main and most important The material-copper clad laminate, must be accompanied by various high-quality and high-tech characteristics.
Therefore, the position of copper clad laminates in the electronic information industry becomes more and more important.