MorePCB offers comprehensive electronic manufacturing services, from PCB prototyping assembly to high-volume PCB assembly, providing a one-stop solution for all your requirements. Our team has the expertise to identify design or production issues during the prototyping stage and work collaboratively with you to find solutions before moving on to production. Our PCBA capabilities are listed in the table below:
|PCBA Process Capabilities
|Rigid PCB, Flexible PCB, Rigid-flex PCB, Aluminum /metal core PCB
|±0.035mm(±0.025mm) Cpk≥1.0 (3σ)
|Lead/Lead-free HASL, Immersion gold,OPS etc.
|Surface mount (SMT), Through-hole (DIP), Mixed technology (SMT & Thru-hole)
|SMT Parts Presentation
|Cut Tape, Partial reel, Reel,Tube, Tray, Laser-cut Stainless Steel
|Wiring looms/harnesses and power leads
|Visual inspection; AOI checking; BGA placement – X-RAY checking
|3 Million~4 Million Soldering Pad/day
|100 Thousand Pins/day
PCBA offers several capabilities that enhance the performance and reliability of electronic devices. The following are some of the capabilities of PCBA:
- Surface Mount Technology (SMT)
SMT is a PCBA technique that involves mounting components directly onto the surface of a PCB. SMT offers several advantages over traditional through-hole mounting, including smaller form factors, faster assembly times, and lower costs. SMT is ideal for use in high-volume production of electronic devices, where cost and efficiency are critical factors.
- Through-Hole Technology (THT)
THT is a PCBA technique that involves mounting components through holes in a PCB. THT is ideal for use in applications where high mechanical stability is required, such as automotive and industrial electronics. THT also offers better electrical and thermal conductivity compared to SMT.
- Selective Soldering
Selective soldering is a PCBA technique that involves soldering specific areas of a PCB. Selective soldering is ideal for use in applications where certain areas of a PCB require high levels of heat, such as power and ground planes. Selective soldering also reduces the risk of solder bridges and other defects that can affect the performance of the assembled PCB.
- Automated Optical Inspection (AOI)
AOI is a PCBA technique that involves using cameras and software to inspect the assembled PCB for defects such as misaligned components, solder bridges, and missing components. AOI offers several advantages over manual inspection, including faster inspection times and higher levels of accuracy and consistency.
- X-Ray Inspection
X-ray inspection is a PCBA technique that involves using X-ray technology to inspect the internal structure of the assembled PCB. X-ray inspection is ideal for use in applications where high levels of reliability and safety are required, such as aerospace and medical electronics. X-ray inspection can detect defects such as hidden solder joints and component placement errors that may not be visible during visual inspection.
Importance of PCBA in Electronic Device Manufacturing
PCBA is a critical component of electronic device manufacturing. The process ensures that electronic components are mounted onto a PCB accurately and securely, which enhances the performance and reliability of the assembled device. Additionally, PCBA ensures that the assembled PCB meets the required specifications and standards, such as IPC-A-610, which is a widely recognized standard for PCBA quality.
The following are some of the key benefits of PCBA in electronic device manufacturing:
- Improved Productivity and Efficiency
PCBA offers several advantages over manual assembly, including faster assembly times, higher levels of accuracy, and lower costs. This makes PCBA ideal for use in high-volume production of electronic devices, where productivity and efficiency are critical factors.
- Enhanced Product Quality and Reliability
PCBA ensures that electronic components are mounted onto a PCB accurately and securely, which enhances the performance and reliability of the assembled device. Additionally, PCBA ensures that the assembled PCB meets the required specifications and standards, which reduces the risk of defects and malfunctions.
- Cost Savings
PCBA can help reduce costs by streamlining the assembly process, reducing labor costs, and minimizing the risk of defects and rework. This makes PCBA a cost-effective solution for electronic device manufacturing, especially for high-volume production.