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How Quick Turn PCB Assembly Works

The process of quick turn PCB assembly involves several steps:

1. Design:

The BOM list should include:

• Supplier and Part #
• Reference Designator
• Description
• Package Type (footprint)
The Microsoft Excel format (.xls, .xlsx, .csv, or tab-delimited) is required for the Bill of Materials (BOM).

We need the PCB files in the Gerber RS-274X format. For assembly, we need at a minimum:
• Silkscreen
• Copper (trace layers)
• Solder paste layers
Preferably, as if you were sending them in for fabrication, you should send us all Gerber files generated by your CAD program.


2. Manufacturing: Once the design is complete, the PCB is manufactured using a process called photolithography.

This involves using a light-sensitive material to create a pattern on the board, which is then etched with acid.

3. Assembly: Once the PCB is manufactured, the components are assembled onto the board.

This involves placing the components onto the board and soldering them in place.

4. Testing: Once the PCB is assembled, it is tested to ensure that it meets the required standards.

This involves testing the electrical performance of the circuit and checking for any defects.

Andwin Circuits has many years of experience producing PCB prototypes and low-to-mid quantity production runs with short lead
times for many different types of applications.

We possesses an experienced assembly team to ensure your PCB design is produced quickly.

Our customers partner with us because of our ability to meet tight deadlines. Our assembly professionals have the experience to ensure your PCB is assembled with high quality.

We promise on time delivery of PCB orders. We guarantee our work because our specialty is manufacturing PCB prototypes and low volume to medium volume production runs.

Benefits of Quick Turn PCB Assembly

1. Faster turnaround times: Quick turn PCB assembly allows companies to produce PCBs in a matter of days rather than weeks or
months. This means that companies can get their products to market faster, which can lead to increased sales and profits.

2. Cost-effective: Quick turn PCB assembly is a cost-effective solution for companies that need to produce small quantities of PCBs.
This is because the process does not require large production runs, which can be expensive.

3. Customization: Quick turn PCB assembly allows companies to customize their PCBs to meet their specific needs. This means that
companies can produce PCBs that are tailored to their products, which can improve product performance and reliability.

4. Quality control: Quick turn PCB assembly allows companies to maintain tight quality control over their products. This is because
the process involves rigorous testing and inspection to ensure that the PCBs meet the required standards.


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