With ever-decreasing geometries and increased density, today’s PCBs are extremely complex. Fabricators are continually under pressure to keep up with the capabilities needed to produce these types of products. This seminar looks at how a PCB is fabricated and the challenges the fabricator faces to achieve the design intent and meet customer and industry standards. We will examine the processes needed to form microvias, image [U]BGAs, plate copper in holes the thickness of a human hair and select surface finishes needed for very tight pitch components. The half-day seminar will be interactive with the audience to ensure all questions related to more in-depth PCB fabrication and processes are answered.