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How to Improve Assembly Consistency...Automated Selective Solder!

It's common practice to have wave solder or hand assembly for through-hole on standard technology. But how do we handle through-hole assembly when a printed circuit board (PCB) has Ball Grid Array (BGA) components on both sides, dense boards, or through-hole components are very close to Surface-Mount Technology (SMT) parts? Hand soldering can have inconsistencies and wave solder might not be an option due to high costs of wave solder fixtures.

Automated selective solder will be the best solution for these technologies. This is the best way to assemble through hole components and get consistent high quality assembly that meets Class 3 requirements.

To learn more about selective solder assembly, contact us at sales [at] sfcircuits [dot] com or call 800-SFC-5143.

Automated Selective Solder Assembly


We offer additional PCB assembly solutions:
• Turnkey and Consigned Assembly
• Quick turn prototypes, as fast as 24 hours
• Commercial, Medical or ITAR requirements
• Production capabilities
• Box build
• High Technology Assembly, 01005 component size, POP - package on package and flip chip assembly
 

PCB assembly machinery


You can combine PCB fabrication and assembly services and save yourself time and money.

You will receive fully fabricated and assembled boards when you need them.
Call us today to get your project started. 1-800-SFC-5143

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Get an extra $100 off your set up charges on your first order.

Limit 1 per customer. New assembly customers only. Offer expires June 30, 2013

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San Francisco Circuits, Inc.

1660 S Amphlett Blvd #200
San Mateo,CA 94402
Toll-Free: (800)732-5143
E-mail: sales@sfcircuits.com

  

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