Trace Repair Kits
The BEST Circuit Trace Repair Kit is designed to meet the quality of original trace patterns.
BEST PCB circuit trace repair kit gives you the tools you need for fast repair and modification of circuit traces. These materials, packaged together and designed by one of premier PCB repair companies, BEST Inc, allows you to meet original PCB quality standards.
The method for repairing damaged circuit traces, which are, supplied in this kit employees the use of copper circuit tracks which are epoxied to the circuit board. These replacement conductors are the same size as the original. This IPC-recommended technique is preferable to making circuit repairs with jumper wires because it most closely duplicates the original fabrication process.
There are (7) different circuit tracks included in this kit making sure you have the track that you need when you need it. Each of the traces as well as the pre-mixed epoxy packs can be purchased separately.
- Lead Free and RoHs Compatibility
BEST Inc is the first provider of PCB repair kits to make sure that you can modify and repair lead free assemblies. The tin finish of the BEST circuit frames are "lead free compatible"; they are also compatible with eutectic alloy versions.
- You get much more for less!
- Flexibility to Meet Your Requirements
BEST can help you become more proficient at PCB repairs by offering a wide variety of tools to reduce the amount of time spent trimming circuit tracks. Choose from a large variety of our different tracks... or let us make a specialized version for you!
- The right tools for the right job
Because BEST PCB repair kits are designed by artisans who repair circuit boards for a living the right tools have been included in our PCB repair kit.
BEST Inc. PCB repair artisans have been involved in board level repairs for a combined 60 plus years. In addition, several BEST Inc staff members have been teaching and contributing to the procedures found in the IPC "7721 Repair and Modification of Printed Boards and Assemblies". This combined real life experience is captured through a series of "how to" slides which will guide you through the actual repair procedures. These instructions provide advanced repair technicians some "tricks of the trade" which are key when performing PCB repairs. Click here to look at these "how to" slides.
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