Recently, printed wiring boards (PWBs), which are employed in electronic devices, have been miniaturized, lightened, and made multifunctional. This trend demands the improvement of drilling technology and a method to raise productivity. In this study, as a processing sample, we use the aramid fiber-reinforced printed wiring board (AFRP) of the next generation PWB, which is attracting attention, and GFRP, which is most commonly used. We investigate the processing temperature and the processing quality and conduct number optimization of the sheets to improve productivity by increasing their number.

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