[SI-LIST] Re: PCB - glass weaves numbering/naming convention

  • From: fred hickman <readyfreddy3@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: antokdavis@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 23 May 2017 13:17:41 -0700

Hi Anto,
3313 is a very common glass style used for 0.004" to 0.005" dielectrics. It
has good skew properties because it is considered a square weave with
balanced yarn counts in both the warp and fill direction. See the list
below of other common glass styles. 8313 is a low Dk glass that was offered
by JPS. Asahi and Nittobo also offer low Dk versions of 3313 but they are
still named 3313. You may want to download the JPS Composite app from the
app store. It has a wealth of information about glass styles, weights,
thickness, properties, etc.

Hope this helps with your question.

Regards,

Fred Hickman
www.shengyi-usa.com

cell - 602-722-4053

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On Tue, May 23, 2017 at 5:32 AM, Anto Kavungal Davis <antokdavis@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Hi,
What is the glass weave numbering/naming convention? Ref Table 2 of (
http://bbs.hwrf.com.cn/downpcbe/5-TP5_Paper_HighSpeedSignalPathLosses-
4657.pdf
)
Thanks,
Anto

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