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PCBONLINE's PCBA Manufacturing Process

Video: From PCB to PCBA: PCBA Manufacturing Process

Shenzhen, China - November 16, 2020 - PCBONLINE, a one-stop custom PCB/PCBA manufacturer for prototypes, small-batch, and massive production, has a short video showing their PCBA manufacturing process. It begins with the solder paste application using an SMT component attachment pad stencil, shows the pick-and-place operation (always a mesmerizing things to watch), progresses to the temperature profiled reflow oven and if needed for through-hole components a wave soldering step, then goes to machine vision and human inspection, and finally an electrical test is performed. Any necessary rework is performed by a trained technician.

For many electronics product manufacturers, PCB assembly is necessary and vital to their products. PCBONLINE, a one-stop PCB/PCBA manufacturer since 1999, shows how they assemble advanced PCBs in their PCBA factory. You can see how PCBs turn to PCBAs: soldering paste printing > SMT > reflow soldering > AOI > DIP > wave soldering > touch-up and cleaning > IC-programming > functional testing > aging testing. Their PCBA process is step-in-step, with images and a video. They pass multiple quality management system certifications audits, such as ISO9001, ISO16949, UL, CQC, GSG, and so on. You can visit their website to get to know more about their PCB assembly services.

 

About PCBONLINE

PCBONLINE E-ecosystem is an electronic manufacturing online purchase service created by GLOBAL SUCCESS GROUP. We found that the future business trends will focus on customization, and the traditional standardized PCB production line has been unable to meet the R&D of high-end electronic products and "fully meet" customer requirements and lose competitiveness. PCBONLINE provides differentiated services to our customers by means of the parent company's long history in high-end PCB manufacturing and Internet tools. We mainly serve high-end electronics manufacturing (EMS), such as the National Defense Research Institute, aerospace, communications and medical electronics We will continue to grow with the society and our customers so as to adapt to the changing world and value, and always provide the best PCB and EMS services.

 

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PCBONLINE LIMITED
Ansheng Road, No.4 Building
Shajing, Baoan District
Shenzhen, China
Phone: +86 755 27398155
E-mail: info@pcbonline.com
Website: www.pcbonline.com

 

 

Posted November 19, 2020

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