Nujay Technologies provides you worry free supply chain solution for PCBs and LCDs. Any technology, any volume. Prototype or mass production. We can cater to all requirements and all market segments.
the increase in the demand of high speed Video, USB Interface, Ethernet interface and wireless communications. Controlled impedance boards have been manufactured since the early 80s but with the increase in the sophistication of modern electronics the requirement of precision manufacturing with tight tolerance has increased.
Via-In-Pads technology has been around for a few years now, but nowadays it’s becoming one of the most discussed topics amongst PCB designers and PCB fabricators. Via-in-Pads (VIP) is a technology where plated through holes are filled with conductive or non-conductive epoxy ink, subsequently planarized and plated over. Via-In-Pads are usually patterned in to BGA and uBGA pads for the direct soldering.
Nujay Technologies has entered into a marketing and sales agreement with one of the top 75 PCB shops in the world. This alliance will add increased capacity and tremendous capability to Nujay’s portfolio. This new vendor-partner is capable of producing 1-40 layers rigid boards, 1-6 layers flex PCBs and 2-18 layers rigid-flex PCBs.
Here at Nujay Technologies our PCB customers work in many different spaces. One of our focuses is to work with customers that use heavy copper PCBs. The demand for heavy copper PCBs is growing quickly and Nujay has partnered with a strong heavy copper manufacturer to cater to this growing need.
Nujay wants to exceed your expectations with our PCB products and services. We guarantee that we’ll add value to your business by offering exceptional services with no additional costs. Our long established relationships with our on-shore and off-shore suppliers have come with a great deal of work; and that is our supply chain management.
Nujay understands that metal core PCBs are crucial in some applications as advanced electronics are requiring higher power levels and larger heat removal from denser chip packaging. The most common metals being used are aluminum and copper alloy. Aluminum core is more cost effective than copper, therefore many of our customers have designed their boards with aluminum.