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We took part in Christmas Jumper Day to help raise money for Save the Children. We would like to thank all of our employee’s that took part and donated. We raised £65.74 for Save the Children.
What does a Printed Circuit Board do? A PCB (Printed Circuit Board) and its components are used in most electronic devices. They are used to mechanically support and electrically connect the electronic components using conductive pathways created using, track or signal traces which are etched from copper sheets laminated onto a non-conductive substrate. PCBs are everywhere. Computers, printers, televisions, digital clocks, pacemakers, microwaves and you’ll even find one in your… Read More »What does a Printed Circuit Board do?
What is the difference between PCB and PCBA? PCB is a Printed Circuit Board. It’s an important electronic component, which is a support for electronic components and a carrier for electrical connections between electronic components. As it is produced by printing the required image on the substrate, it is called a “printed” circuit board. It’s most commonly manufactured using copper clad epoxy resin / glass cloth compound. The PCB is… Read More » What is the difference between a PCB and PCBA?
Children in Need 2019 For Children in Need this year we asked employees to donate £1 and wear something Yellow/Mustard, something spotty or their pyjamas! But Kyle Johnson, Despatch Operator decided to do something a little extra to help raise money. He nominated himself to have his legs waxed to help raise more money for the good cause. We would like to thank all of our employee’s who donated. Together… Read More »Children in Need 2019
What is a Printed Circuit Board (PCB)? A Printed Circuit board also known as a PCB is a board that connects electronic components. A PCB uses conductive tracks, pads and other featured etched from copper sheets which are laminated onto a non-conductive substrate. PCB’s can be single-sided (one copper layer), double-sided (two copper layers on both sides of one substrate layer) or multi-layer (outer and inner layers of copper, separated… Read More »What is a PCB (Printed Circuit Board)?
Dementia is the UK’s biggest Killer. 225,000 people will develop dementia in 2019. That is one person every three minutes. Lesley Stephens, HR Manager at Exception PCB took part in the 6KM Memory Walk on Sunday 13th October. Exception PCB have sponsored Lesley £100. £100 could fund the equipment and resources needed for three days of a dementia researcher’s vital investigations. The walk started and finished at Pittville Pump Rooms… Read More »Alzheimer’s Society Memory Walk at Cheltenham, Pittville Park
Back (left to right): Monty Cullinane, Dan Peek, Michelle Stamp and Mike McMahon Front (left to right): Kevan Woodhouse, Luke Smith and Lisa Trust Seven Employees of Exception PCB participated in the Five Valley’s walk on Sunday 29th September 2019. They took on the challenge of walking 21.5 miles through Five Valleys. Monty Cullinane, Production Manager has taken part in the challenge for the last 2 years. Other members of… Read More » The Five Valleys Walk 2019
The Engineering Design show will take place on the 16th & 17th of October at Ericsson Exhibition Hall, Ricoh Arena, Coventry. They’re expecting over 4,000 visitors, 25 conference speaks, 220 exhibitor stands and 35 practical workshops… and we will be there! We will be attending both days and our stand number is J10. To register as a visitor visit the Engineering Design Show’s website here We look forward to meeting… Read More »Meet us at The Engineering Design Show on Stand J10!
Robert Herron, Operator at Exception PCB was Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in 2018, at this point he decided to cycle to work. After 2 months of cycling to and from work everyday he was retested and as a result of his cycling he had reversed his diabetes. He is no longer diabetic and cycling has become a big part of his life. Robert has recently completed the Prudential Ride… Read More »Robert Herron won a medal in Prudential Ride London