What is Fixture
In the PCB industry, a fixture refers to a specialized tool or equipment used during the design and testing process of printed circuit boards. It securely holds and stabilizes the PCB during various stages of production, such as assembly, testing, and debugging.
Fixtures ensure the accuracy and reliability of PCBs, providing a stable platform for precise measurements, component placement, and electrical testing. By securely holding the PCB in place, fixtures minimize the risk of movement or misalignment, which can result in faulty connections or inaccurate test results.