Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are found in various electronics, from LED lights to high-tech scanners. Due to varying conductivity, insulation, and longevity requirements, PCBs are manufactured using a wide array of materials. Unlike standard PCBs, which typically use an FR-4 fiberglass substrate, aluminum PCBs are made using a metal substrate primarily comprised of aluminum alloy.
An aluminum PCB is a printed circuit board that contains a thin layer of conductive dielectric material. Aluminum PCB is widely used in the LED lighting industry. Here we will explain the manufacturing process and process of aluminum PCB in detail.