I hope you are all well, being safe and staying healthy. We are living in strange and challenging times and American Standard Circuits is following all of the recommended safety guidelines to keep our team members healthy. Meanwhile, we have done our best to keep business moving as usual! There are quite a few updates on great things that have happened since our last edition of this newsletter.

  • We have published a new e-book called The Fundamentals of Printed Circuit Board Technologies which is now available for free download. You can find the link at the end of this newsletter along with the links to our other downloadable e-books.
  • We are now producing all levels of rigid-flex technologies including high-end book binder boards.
  • We also have another new book called The Designers’ Guide to Thermal Management from a PCB Fabricator’s Perspective that is scheduled for publication in the next month or so.
  • We are now offering PCBs up to 30 inches long.
  • We most excited about the recent launch of our appropriately titled, "Wednesday Webinars". These are aired lived every other Wednesday and recorded so you can also review them at your leisure. Upcoming webinars are available on our web site and by clicking this link. Look out for more webinars to come on subjects ranging from Controlled Impedance to Surfaces Finishes, to Understanding Pattern Plating. You will be notified when registration is open for those as well.

As always, we thank you for your trust and partnership.


Anaya Vardya
CEO, American Standard Circuits

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ASC News
American Standard Circuits Obtains MIL-PRF-31032 Certification Upgrade
cal-blueendar April 19, 2020 
American Standard Circuits has upgraded their qualification to fabricate mil-spec printed circuit boards up to 20 layers out of GF (FR-4). Samples were submitted to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) who approved the upgraded MIL-PRF-31032 certification. Full Story
American Standard Circuits Now Provides Long (30 inches) Rigid-flex PCBs
cal-blueendar April 9, 2020  
Although there are very few PCB fabricators producing thirty inch rigid flex boards (most fabricators produce twenty six to twenty eight inch boards), extra-long rigid-flex boards are becoming more common as they are being used in technologies such as power boards for solar energy, antennae and reflectors. Full Story
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Anaya Vardya Interview on New American Standard Circuits Book
cal-blueendar April 10, 2020
Steve Williams talks with Co-Author Anaya Vardya CEO and President of American Standard Circuits about his new book the Fundamentals of Printed Circuit Board Technologies, the newest and most comprehensive of short Printed Circuit Board books. Full Story
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American Standard Announces License Agreement with Averatek
cal-blueendar March 24, 2020
Mr. Anaya Vardya, president and CEO of American Standard Circuits, announced recently that his company has signed a licensing agreement with Averatek for their A-SAP™ patented manufacturing process.   Full Story
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American Standard Now Offers Book Binder Rigid-Flex Printed Circuit Boards
cal-blueendar February 19, 2020
Book binder rigid-flex technology is a special rigid-flex design where the outer flex layers are increased in length, compared with the inner layers, by enough to keep them from interfering with each other and buckling. The result is a panel of laminated circuitry with a hump or bulge in it to accommodate the added outer layer length. The appearance is similar to the center of a bound book opened face-down on a tabletop.   Full Story
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