The global integrated circuits / chip shortage has impacted many industries across the globe, and though it does seem to slowly be getting better, we’re still a ways out from things stabilizing and turning back to normal.
We are pleased to announce we have achieved NIST 800-171 compliance–meaning we are able to protect sensitive government data and information following federal guidelines from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
The Health Officers of the Counties of San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Marin, Contra Costa and Alameda have made an announcement that would impact our day-to-day work. Here’s information you need to know that could affect you.
It's been another record year for San Francisco Circuits, and this Holiday Season, we'd like to reach out and thank our customers for letting us be a part of your PCB projects.
San Francisco Circuits is honored to have been chosen as the top PCB supplier in the industry and featured on an episode of National Television's "World's Greatest!" View the video here.
New office, new staff - same great technology. We opened our second location in sunny San Diego on February 1st. We're excited to now have two offices that work tirelessly to meet your needs.
The Holidays are always a joyful time here at San Francisco Circuits. As the year comes to an end, we get a chance to reflect on how lucky we are to be able to work with our customers.
San Francisco Circuits enjoyed its most successful year to date in 2014. To keep up with increasing demand for our customer service, board quality and on-time delivery, we have hired 3 more full-time employees to keep up with demand.
The holidays are a time for us to look back on the last 12 months and be thankful for the successes and lessons we've learned and we'd like to thank you for being a part of our success!
In this Halloween edition, we share some spooky stories from our actual clients that you can avoid by coming to San Francisco Circuits with your PCB project.
DFM or design for manufacturability is a set of design guidelines that should be followed to reduce the cost and improve the efficiency of your PCB fabrication and assembly project. Read more in our July 2013 newsletter.
With more advanced and compact circuits traditional PCB assembly techniques like hand assembly and wave soldering do not work well for through-hole technology. In this newsletter, we explain why automated selective solder is the best way to assemble through hole components in more advanced boards.
Happy Holidays from San Francisco Circuits!
2012 was a year of many accomplishments for us that we are very proud of including ISO 9001-2208 Certification, retaining ITAR registration, Bacon MRP implementation and adding a larger product offering to our PCB portfolio.
Standard PCB materials do not dissipate enough heat in many LED and chip package applications. Aluminum core and copper core boards are often combined with thermally conductive dielectrics to reduce the heat generated by these advanced assembled products. In some cases, they can even eliminate the need for a heat sink.
In this newsletter, SFCircuits' offshore boards specialist Vickie Duarte discusses partnering with offshore boardhouses for large PCB fabrication savings while ensuring high quality work.
Borderless Boards are a new concept developed by San Francisco Circuits, implying no technology is too advanced and no printed circuit board project too great for us to handle. Our PCB production capabilities are borderless!
The May newsletter covers the top 5 reasons most PCB professionals fail, SFC's offshore PCB production introduction and another installment of Meet the Team.
In this April 2010 newsletter, we discuss a message from the President and announce our newest achievement: Receiving AAI Corporation's Excellence Award.