• Incoming material inspection – All incoming material is inspected for conformance to specifications, drawings, and any other required conditions. PCBs undergo random dimensional and visual inspection.

  • In process control – a number of process steps in production have been identified as major and compliance to each off these steps is verified by either a first article inspection or random sampling. A list of items that need to be checked is kept and data resulting from the inspection process is collected, analyzed and if necessary corrective action is implemented. To minimize potential defects during the assembly process, inspection systems are used to detect defects as soon as possible.  This could involve AOI (automated optical inspection), visual inspection, and/or x-ray.

  • Final inspection and quality control – before any product is released for shipment, a final check is made on each board to check for compliance to drawings, assembly quality, and packaging. Further tests, such as functional test, ICT or flying probe test might be carried out as required by our customers.

  • Surface Mount (SMT) Placement – fine pitch, high count BGAs, 01005 components & Chip on flex

  • Through Hole PCB Assembly – Inspection, wave, manual soldering & press fit connectors

  • Certified lead-free / RoHS compliant assembly

  • Conformal Coating 

  • Automated Optical Inspection

  • X-ray equipment

  • Rapid Prototyping

  • Expedited assembly

  • Low volume  high mix to mass production 

  • Turnkey or Consignment

  • IPC-A-610 Class 2 & 3 as required

PCB Assembly Services and Capabilities:​​

PCB

ASSEMBLY

At the core of our services lies printed circuit board/ PCB assembly. 

 

How can you benefit from our services?

Consistency in a level of service, and reliability in the quality of products that we deliver to you. We have to perform so you can deliver your products to your customers, on time and with the quality they expect.

How do we achieve this? By following an ISO 9001 registered quality system, and manufacturing practices that are TS16949 (automotive) compliant. Stringent in-process inspection and verification steps ensure assembly quality at the completion of each manufacturing step. Products must pass several quality gates as they progress through the assembly process. And, we invest in the latest technology in our effort to continually improve the efficiency, consistency and reliability of our processes that allow us to deliver excellence.

 

  1. Bill of Materials (BOM) – preferably in spreadsheet format containing the following information:

    • Manufacturer’s part number

    • Part description

    • Reference designator

    • Quantity

  2. Gerber files for boards with SMT components

  3. Your requirement & specific instructions 

  4. Type of assembly process required: lead-free or leaded 

  5. Layout drawing - X & Y placement file

  6. Parts – we require 3-5% extra parts for attrition of discrete components (if customer to supply parts) 

  7. Parts need to be supplied on continuous tape or reel packaging (loose parts not accepted)

       

       

To Begin the assembly of your boards, 

we require the following items:

V.U.nics’ Quality System