A printed wiring board (PWB) is a board that configures the arrangement of its circuitry with conductive paste,or via a chemical method such as plating or etching a conductive circuit pattern onto an insulated substrate.
A PWB is mounted with semiconductors, condensers and other components and plays a vital role by electrically connecting each of these parts.
A motherboard is a printed wiring board (PWB) made with a rigid insulated substrate. This single board, primarily installed inside electronic devices, is mounted with LSIs, resistors, condensers and other components. Legend ink, meanwhile, is printed onto a PWB to indicate the names and predetermined positions of the electronic components to be mounted.
A type of printed wiring board used as an interposer when mounting semiconductors such as computer CPUs , smartphone AP or memory.
A soft, flexible board made from polyester or polyimide film coated with copper foil.
Build-up refers to a method of manufacturing heavily layered PWBs by alternately laminating insulated and conductive layers on a core board (or base board). The ink used to fill conductive holes in a core board is called hole-plugging ink. The laminated insulation is called interlayer insulation.