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  • How many steps do you know for the PCB assembly process? Sep 01,2020
    How many steps do you know for the PCB assembly process? As a PCB & PCB assembly manufacturer, it’s necessary to let you know what our PCB assembly services are. PCB assembly is a complex and lengthy process involving many different phases, and also the key process for realizing the functions of the final product. Every steps must be executed exactly by paying utmost attention. Any minor error...
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  • Why the trend of FCT replacing ICT during PCBA test? Jan 09,2021
    PCBA board needs to be electrical and functional tested before delivery to customer. The normal methods include FCT (function test) and ICT (in circuit test). Few decades ago, ICT was popular in electronic manufacturing industry. Many big digital product companies (such as mobile) took ICT to test almost every single component on board, in order to verify if it complies with design range and param...
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  • Through-hole technology Assembly Oct 22,2022
    Part 1: THT Assembly PCB assembly for through-hole technology is different than the Surface mount technology as THD Can not be mounted on top of the PCB so there are two procedures to follow for THT assembly. One of them is the traditional Manual method and second one is automatic method. Some steps are discussed here in detail. Step1: Component’s placement Themanual methodof components placement ...
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  • The difference between PCB and PCBA Mar 16,2023
    Printed circuit board (PCB) and printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) are both essential components in electronic devices. While these terms are often used interchangeably, they refer to two different things. In this article, we will explain the differences between PCB and PCBA. PCB - Printed Circuit Board: A printed circuit board (PCB) is a thin board made of non-conductive material, such as fibe...
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  • SMT Assembly Apr 19,2023
    Surface Mount Technology (SMT) Assembly is a manufacturing process used to mount electronic components on printed circuit boards (PCBs). The process involves placing surface-mount components, such as resistors, capacitors, and integrated circuits, onto the surface of a PCB, followed by soldering the components onto the board. SMT Assembly is a popular choice for electronic device manufacturers due...
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  • The Precautions of Circuit Board Soldering The Precautions of Circuit Board Soldering May 26,2023
    In PCB assembly manufacturers, circuit board soldering usually includes reflow soldering, wave soldering and electric soldering iron soldering. Reflow soldering and wave soldering are SMT patches, which are less affected by human factors. Electric soldering iron soldering is manual soldering, which is affected by human factors. relatively large impact. Ucreatepcb provides intelligent manufacturing...
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  • Three Ways to Complete PCB Assembly Jun 16,2023
    Circuit boards are found in just about every electronic device you use, and while they're common, that doesn't mean they're simple. Producing circuit boards by SMT is a complex business, and proper assembly requires the right tools, the right parts, and the right expertise. Delegating assembly to a professional means ensuring that quality control measures are followed and tested throughout the pro...
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  • Turnkey PCB Assembly Services Turnkey PCB Assembly Services Jun 16,2023
    In today's fast-paced and highly competitive business landscape, efficiency and reliability are the keys to success. As a professional operations specialist, you understand the importance of streamlining processes and optimizing resources. That's why Turnkey PCB Assembly is your ultimate solution for hassle-free electronic manufacturing. What is Turnkey PCB Assembly? It's an all-in-one service tha...
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