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Reverse Engineering

PCBA stands for Printed Circuit Board Assembly and involves soldering or assembling electronic components onto a PCB. Transform bare boards into functional printed circuit boards

We can assemble a wide range of electronic components including resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, IC chips, connectors, and various other active and passive components.

Yes, we offer both through-hole assembly (THT) and surface mount technology (SMT) assembly, and can handle mixed-technology PCB assembly as well.

We typically need a Gerber file for the manufacturing PCB layout, a BOM (bill of materials) listing all components, and a centroid coordinate file (pick and place file) for component placement.

We have professional personnel to conduct manual inspections and equipment inspections to ensure that the quality of assembly meets international standards and meets customer needs.

Our minimum order quantity depends on the complexity and requirements of the project. We can accommodate small batch production as well as large volume orders.

Assembly time varies based on order size and complexity. Typically, prototype assembly takes several days and high-volume production takes several weeks.

Yes, we provide component procurement services. We can source all the components needed for custom assembly based on the BOM (bill of materials) you provide.

Yes, we provide PCBA prototyping services, our team will evaluate all manufacturing issues before production to meet customer's standards

The cost depends on several factors, including the complexity of the board, types and number of components, and the quantity of the order. We provide detailed quotes based on specific project requirements.

About PCB Questions

PCBs are typically made from a material called FR-4, a type of epoxy resin laminate which is known for its insulation and stability. For flexible PCB, materials like polyimide or similar substances are used.

We offer a variety of PCB types including single-sided, double-sided, and multi-layered boards, as well as specialized types such as flexible PCB and rigid-flex boards.

Our minimum order quantity varies depending on the type and specifications of the product. We can accommodate small batch orders and even sample production for standard products.

The production lead time depends on the complexity and quantity of the order. Generally, standard PCB production can take from several days to a few weeks.

Our PCB products are manufactured in strict compliance with international quality standards, including ISO 9001, UL certification, and RoHS compliance.

For urgent orders, we have a rapid production line to speed up the manufacturing process, and we utilize priority logistics services for faster delivery.

Yes, we offer custom design services and can design PCB according to the specific requirements and specifications of our clients.

We implement stringent quality control measures throughout the manufacturing process, including raw material inspection, in-process monitoring, and final product testing.

We offer various surface finish options, including Hot Air Solder Leveling (HASL), Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold (ENIG), immersion silver, and immersion tin.

In case of product quality issues, we provide replacement or repair services. The specific policy depends on the nature of the issue and the warranty terms of the product.

About PCBA Questions

PCBA reverse engineering involves disassembling and analyzing a manufactured circuit board to understand its design, component layout, and functionality. This is often used for replicating circuit boards without original design files or for improving existing designs.

Replicating discontinued PCBAs, competitive analysis, repairing old equipment, and creating compatible circuit boards.

Legal for learning or repair, but commercial replication may infringe on intellectual property rights.

X-ray inspection, component analysis tools, EDA software, and micro-soldering equipment.

Varies from a few days to months, depending on complexity.

Depends on project complexity; service providers offer quotes post-assessment.

CAD models, circuit diagrams, BOM, functional descriptions, and improvement suggestions.

Service providers often use confidentiality agreements and secure practices.

Yes, can reveal design improvement opportunities.

Legal consultation recommended; consider functional imitation rather than direct replication.

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