PCB Assembly

Hitech Group provides full turn-key and partial turn-key PCB assembly services. Including:
EMS PCB assembly
Plated Thru-Hole Assembly
SMT assembly including BGA Assembly
Cable assembly
Low and High Volume PCB assembly
Full box build assembly
PCBA Testing services

For full turn-key board assembly, we take care of the entire process, including manufacture of Printed Circuit Boards, procurement of components, order tracking, continuous monitoring of quality and final board assembly. Whereas for partial turn-key, the customer can provide the PCBs and certain components, and the remaining parts will be handled by us.

What is PCB assembly

The circuit board before the assembly of electric components is called Printed Circuit Board. After the soldering of all the elements on the board, it is known as Printed circuit Board Assembled, we called PCB assembly. The complete process of component’s assembly is called Printed Circuit Assembly or Printed Circuit Board assembly or PCB board assembly. In this process, different automatic and manual assembly tools are used. We are assembler that offer PCB assembly.

PCB boards cannot perform any function until and unless its assembly is completed. PCB assembly is a process of assembling and soldering electrical parts on a pre-formatted and manufactured circuit board assembly. It is generally engaged with specialist machinery production in mass production.

The traces, also knowns as layers of copper lines, interface the connectors and segments to each other electrically. These run between these highlights allowing the circuit board to operate in an explicitly designed manner.

Flexible Volume PCB Assembly Service

Our PCB assembly services go above and beyond what the average PCB assembly company will do. We offer a variety of flexible circuit board assembly services for the different stages of your product development, including:

• Prototype PCB Assembly: See how well your PCB design works before generating a large order. Our quality prototype PCB assembly allows us to deliver a quick prototype, so you can identify any potential challenges in your design fast and optimize the quality of your final boards.
• Low-Volume, High Mix PCB Assembly: If you require a number of different boards for specialized applications, HitechPCB is your company.
• High-Volume PCB Assembly: We are equally as skilled at cranking out large PCB assembly orders as we are at delivering small ones.
• Consigned & Partial PCB Assembly: Our consigned PCB assembly services meet IPC Class 2 or IPC class 3 standards, are ISO 9001:2015-certified and are RoHS-compliant.
• Full Turnkey PCB Assembly: Also ISO 9001:2015-certified and RoHS-compliant, our turnkey PCB assembly allows us to take care of your entire project from start to finish, so you can step in and start taking advantage of the finished product right away.

From SMD to through-hole and mixed PCB assembly projects, we do it all, including free Valor DFM/DFA checks and function testing to verify the quality of your boards, with no minimum cost requirements or added tooling charges when you reorder.

Hitechpcb integrates quality ISO certified systems and innovative assembly and packaging technologies to deliver market-leading consumer electronic products. From product assembly through enclosures to testing and packaging, Hitechpcb’s SMT lines utilize the most advanced technologies in the industry including:

Quick turn pcb assembly Flip Chip Technologies
0201 Technology
Lead-Free Solder Technology
Alternative PCB Finishes
Early supplier involvement
Design and engineering support
PCB manufacturing and PCB assembly
Backplane assembly

Memory and optical modules
Cable and harness assembly
Plastic injection molding
Precision machining
Integration of hardware and software
BTO and CTO services according to your needs
Reliability testing
Lean and Six Sigma quality processes

What’s the difference between Printed circuit board vs PCB Assembly?

PCB is a printed circuit board because it is made by electronic printing, so it is called a “printed” circuit board. PCB is an important electronic component in the electronic industry, it is electronic base. It is the support of electronic components and the carrier of electrical connection of electronic components. PCB has been widely used in the production of electronic products.

PCB Assembly generally refers to a processing flow, which can also be understood as the finished circuit board, that is, PCBA can only be counted after the processes on the PCB are completed. PCB refers to an empty printed circuit board with no parts on it. The above is the difference between PCB and PCBA.

SMT (surface mounted technology) and DIP (Dual In-line Package) are both ways to integrate parts on the circuit board. The main difference is that SMT does not need to drill holes on PCB, but in dip, it needs to insert the pin into the drilled hole.

SMT (surface mounted technology) mainly uses the mounting machine to mount some micro and small parts on the circuit board. Its production process is PCB positioning, solder paste printing, mounting by the mounting machine, reflow oven, and inspection.

The dip is a “plug-in”, that is to insert parts on the PCB board. It is a kind of plug-in integrated part when some parts are large in size and not suitable for mounting technology. Its main production processes are back glue, plug-in, inspection, wave soldering, plate brushing, and finished inspection.

You should be able to clearly distinguish what is PCB by now? What is PCB assembly? PCBA can basically be regarded as finished goods, because some factories will produce PCB Assembly for shipment, such as selling computer motherboards alone. PCB can only be regarded as a component. the circuit board is an important component in the whole PCB Assembly, but it can not represent PCB Assembly. Because IC, resistor, capacitor, inductor, connector, and other parts must be welded on the PCB to become a finished product, so PCB should only be regarded as a part.