See our PC organizations page for a posting of organizations (OEMs) that make and fabricate PCs. Printed circuit boards are quick and easy to make by adding a layer of copper to the board to connect the wires and components. They are very affordable to produce and feature in all types of electronic products, such as military equipment, cell phones and computers. Here are several of the major pros and cons:
Pros Short-circuit is minimal The printed circuit boards rely on the embedded copper tracks that are extremely effective at preventing issues with a short-circuit or wrong wiring. Plus, it is easy for the manufacturer to test the board using a computer before it is actually printed. A benefit of testing the board during the manufacturing process means there is very little chance of experiencing errors when in use.