Services for manufacturing, control and repair of SMD electronic boards

We put at your disposal our fab lab for your SMD electronic board projects.
Processing of components up to 0201, QFN, BGA ...

Equipments available: :
  • Semi-automatic screen printing
  • Automatic pick and place
  • Hot air and vapor phase reflow oven
  • AOI i3D - automatic soldering inspection
  • X-ray control of solder voids, BGA ...
  • Repair of BGA
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    X-ray inspection laboratory

    We are equipped with a Seamark X-Ray X6600 X-ray analysis machine, of the latest generation, we can welcome you to carry out expertises of your parts or directly carry out the analyses with the supply of report.

    Manufacturing of prototype SMD boards

    In our fully ESD protected fab lab, we are equipped with a semi-automatic screen printing machine TWS SR-2700, 2 pick and place machines TWS DVC evo and Small SMT CL64R-4R, air and vapor phase reflow oven.
    The control after soldering is done with the classical means like the auto-focus camera Small SMT and ASH and also possibly with the AOI i3D

    Rental of component counting equipment

    Rental of SMD component counting equipment in tape.
    Rental of traditional axial and radial component counting equipment in tape.

    &Available equipments: :
    County, County-evo, County-S, County-S-evo, W-tech

    Other services

  • ESD Audit
  • Test Strategy
  • Consulting & Services in industrialization
  • Expertise and support for the electronic PCB assembly process

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    What are IPC norms / standards

    IPC is a trade association whose aim is to standardize the assembly and production requirements of electronic equipment and assemblies.
    It was founded in 1957 as the Institute of Printed Circuits.
    Its name was later changed to the Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits to highlight the expansion from bare boards to packaging and electronic assemblies.
    In 1999, the organization formally changed its name to IPC with the accompanying tagline, Association Connecting Electronics Industries.

    IPC is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as a standards developing organization and is known globally for its standards. It publishes the most widely used acceptability standards in the electronics industry.