PCB Fabrication

PCB copy board can use reverse research and development technology to reverse analysis of existing electronic products and circuit boards

by:A-TECH      2021-03-15
The so-called low-carbon and environmentally friendly life means that the energy used in daily life should be reduced as much as possible, so as to reduce carbon, especially carbon dioxide emissions, thereby reducing atmospheric pollution and slowing down ecological degradation. It mainly includes three aspects: energy saving and gas recycling. Links to change the details of life. To achieve this, environmental protection equipment is an indispensable equipment for pollution control. PCB copying is a reverse research technology that uses reverse research and development techniques to reversely analyze the physical objects of existing electronic products and circuit boards, and perform technical documents such as PCB files, BOMs, and schematic diagrams of the original products. 1: 1 reduction. Using PCB copy board technology, we can acquire the current popular environmental protection equipment technology in a short time, and it is easier to carry out secondary development and innovation on this basis after absorption and digestion. After more than 20 years of development, China's environmental protection industry has developed a scale, and some technology, equipment, and service projects have reached the level of developed countries in the 1980s. However, the current international trade market for environmental protection machinery products is basically still occupied by developed countries, and important areas of the Chinese market are also monopolized by foreign technology products. China's 'Eleventh Five-Year' environmental protection investment accounts for about 1.4%-1.5% of GDP. The huge environmental protection investment will build a huge market for the environmental protection machinery manufacturing industry and also bring huge business opportunities to the PCB copy board industry.
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