Composite epoxy materials (CEM) are a group of composite materials typically made from woven glass fabric surfaces and non-woven glass core combined with epoxy synthetic resin. They are typically used in printed circuit boards. There are different types of CEMs: CEM-1 is low-cost, flame-retardant, cellulose-paper-based laminate with only one layer of woven glass fabric. CEM-2 has cellulose paper core and woven glass fabric surface. CEM-3 is very similar to the most commonly used PCB material, FR-4. Its color is white, and it is flame-retardant. CEM-4 quite similar as CEM-3 but not flame-retardant.
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