PCBTok is Your Noteworthy Low Volume PCB Assembly Expert
PCBTok’s Low Volume PCB Assembly is constructed with materials that are highly stable that can tolerate robust inspections. We at PCBTok made sure that all of our Low Volume PCB Assembly will fulfill its job a hundred percent.
- Twelve years of trustworthy service.
- The flexibility of payment is offered.
- Sample pieces are sent out before placing huge quantities of orders.
- Every week, you’ll receive an update regarding your PCB.
- Within an hour or so, you’ll have your Engineering Questions.
PCBTok’s Low Volume PCB Assembly is Built to be Durable
Low Volume PCB Assembly by PCBTok is manufactured to satisfy the needs of the consumers; thus, all of the resulting products are thoroughly put through a series of heavy testing.
We also offer a hundred percent assistance with regard to your Low Volume PCB Assembly, so if you’d like to have some configurations and requirements, we can provide you with it.
If this is what you’re seeking, then contact us immediately for further assistance!
We will not reduce the benefits of Low Volume PCB Assembly by giving you a subpar byproduct. Therefore, we at PCBTok made sure that all of the advantages it ought to have will be retained.
Low Volume PCB Assembly By Feature
For both its inner and outer layers, the Heavy Copper Low Volume PCB Assembly contains more than or equivalent to 3 ounces of copper. The components’ performance on the Heavy Copper is aided by materials that are designed to be able to cool them.
The Flexible Low Volume PCB Assembly has a base material that is malleable. One of the advantages that a Flexible material can offer to your applications is its capability to fit in every type of connector or component. Its flexibility can absorb the impacts of vibrations.
The LED Low Volume PCB Assembly can be deployed in a wide range of applications such as automotive, consumer electronics, and medical devices. Some of its advantages are its thermal resiliency, resistance to moisture, and exceptional dimensional stability.
A handful of interconnections are deployed in the HDI Low Volume PCB Assembly, which has a small-sized board. The parts of these boards are thus more closely spaced apart, yet they still function as intended. Better signal integrity, adaptability, and compactness.
Low Volume PCB Assembly By Surface Treatment (5)
Low Volume PCB Assembly By Layers (5)
The 4-Layer Low Volume PCB Assembly is comprised of two internal planes and two routing layers. This stack-up is frequently deployed in medical heart monitors, mobile devices, and computers. It has exceptional durability and compact and quality design.
The 6-Layer Low Volume PCB Assembly is designed to improve EMI and to offer outstanding routing for low-speed and high-speed signals. It is perfectly suitable for traces that are sensitive. It has commendable electrical properties that guarantee high speed.
The 10-Layer Low Volume PCB Assembly is known to have exceptional durability, lightweight, and outstanding power output. Its thickness could vary from 1.3 mm to 3.0 mm. Furthermore, it could be deployed in consumer electronics, and in the medical industry.
The 12-Layer Low Volume PCB Assembly is recognized in the automotive industry because it offers a wide array of benefits to it. The 12-Layer is responsible for fast-tracking reliable interconnections. Furthermore, it is built to tolerate extreme conditions and temperatures.
Low Volume PCB Assembly Benefits
PCBTok can offer 24h online support for you. When you have any PCB-related questions, please feel free to get in touch.
PCBTok can build your PCB prototypes quickly. We also provide 24 hour production for quick-turn PCBs at our facility.
We often ship goods by international forwarders such as UPS, DHL, and FedEx. If they are urgent, we use priority express service.
PCBTok has passed ISO9001 and 14001, and also has USA and Canada UL certifications. We strictly follow IPC class 2 or class 3 standards for our products.
Low Volume PCB Assembly Advantages
These are among the benefits associated with a Low Volume PCB Assembly.
- Costs – It is relatively inexpensive. Most of the time, it uses a re-workable surface finish on it to avoid further costs in the future.
- Design Configuration – It is designed to create further design adjustments when needed; you will be able to see your final product, hence you have the free will if you’d like to continue the design or recreate it.
- Functionality – It can produce a small group of quantities that will enable the consumers to test their newly created products by testing their efficacy.
Simply notify us if you have any more inquiries about our Low Volume PCB Assembly.
Types of Low Volume PCB Assembly
Low Volume PCB Assembly is easily understandable because of the following two types:
- Design for Manufacturing (DFM) – A DFM’s main objective is to examine the item’s authenticity, the accuracy of the bill of materials, and the reliability of the circuit diagrams, assembly plans, and Gerber files.
- Design for Testing (DFT) – A DFT’s principal target is to specify faults, assess functionality using guidelines, and perform debugging. Basically, everything that has to do with testing general functionality.
Both of these two aims to prevent and reduce further errors during the operation. If you want to know more about this, you may reach out by sending us an inquiry!
Low Volume PCB Assembly Prototyping Alternatives
In the manufacturing of your Low Volume PCB Assembly, you have the two following prototype selections:
- Sequential Prototyping – This alternative is ideal for the DFT technique. This sort of alternative only possesses minimal layout changes; hence, for design verification, constant cycle checking is needed.
- Parallel Prototyping – This is ideal if you’re seeking for numerous structure evaluations. This is deployed to prevent occurrences of dashes in manufacturing.
If you want to have further information with regards to choosing between these alternatives, feel free to contact us and we will provide you an in-depth knowledge of these two prototypes for your Low Volume PCB Assembly.
Take Advantage of PCBTok’s Top-Tier Low Volume PCB Assembly
Low Volume PCB Assembly by PCBTok is meticulously crafted by our highly-skilled experts in this field. We made sure that the byproducts of Low Volume PCB Assembly are performing as they’re expected with zero errors.
We consider a lot of ways before we mass produce your Low Volume PCB Assembly; hence, we provide sample orders for you to check whether you’re already satisfied with the outcome or you want to have further adjustments for it.
PCBTok has been doing these works for more than a decade and so, and we have fully fulfilled the desires of our customers by doing this.
If this puts your worries at ease, then you might want to send us a message!
Low Volume PCB Assembly Fabrication
We provide preproduction samples before mass-producing Low Volume PCB Assembly.
PCBTok ensures that you’ll be satisfied with the final output; thus, we are constantly providing our consumers with samples before they place huge purchases.
To avoid risks and errors in the product, we conduct robust testing protocols; Electrical Testing procedures, and X-Ray Inspections.
These testing protocols are performed to prevent you from future costs since all of the possible issues and errors can be solved through these tests.
Contact us directly real quick if this gives you a sense of security regarding your Low Volume PCB Assembly. We’ll be glad to support you.
PCBTok provides the three major technologies to consider for Low Volume PCB Assembly.
These three have their own unique attributes, uses, and advantages that they can incorporate into your Low Volume PCB Assembly.
SMT deploys the components directly on its surface, while, through-hole mounting is via drilled holes, and mixed is the combination of these two.
You may want to contact us for more details if interested in learning more about these technologies in a Low Volume PCB Assembly.
OEM & ODM Low Volume PCB Assembly Applications
Due to the capability of Low Volume PCB Assembly to undergo heavy testing protocols, they are deployed in the automotive field to detect certain components that require repair.
Low Volume PCB Assembly Production Details As Following Up
|Types of Assembly||THD (Thru-Hole Device)|
|SMT (Surface-Mount Technology)|
|SMT & THD mixed|
|2 sided SMT and THD assembly|
|Order quantity||1 to 10,000 boards|
|Components||Passives parts, smallest size 0201|
|Fine pitch to 8 Mils|
|BGA, uBGA, QFN, POP, and Leadless chips|
|Connectors and terminals|
|Tube and tray|
|Loose parts and bulk|
|Board dimensions||Smallest size: 0.2″ x 0.2″|
|Largest size: 15″ x 20″|
|Slots and Cutouts|
|Complex and Irregular|
|Board type||Rigid FR-4|
|Assembly process||Leaded process|
|Design file format||Gerber RS-274X|
|BOM (Bill of Materials) (.xls, .csv, . xlsx)|
|Centroid (Pick-N-Place/XY file)|
|Sales and support||Emails|
|Electrical testing||X-ray Inspection|
|AOI (Automated Optical Inspection)|
|Turnaround time||1-3 days for only PCB assembly|
|10-16 days for turnkey PCB assembly|
|3-4days Quickest turnkey Prototype PCB assembly|
PCBTok offers flexible shipping methods for our customers, you may choose from one of the methods below.
DHL offers international express services in over 220 countries.
DHL partners with PCBTok and offers very competitive rates to customers of PCBTok.
It normally takes 3-7 business days for the package to be delivered around the world.
UPS gets the facts and figures about the world’s largest package delivery company and one of the leading global providers of specialized transportation and logistics services.
It normally takes 3-7 business days to deliver a package to most of the addresses in the world.
TNT has 56,000 employees in 61 countries.
It takes 4-9 business days to deliver the packages to the hands
of our customers.
FedEx offers delivery solutions for customers around the world.
It takes 4-7 business days to deliver the packages to the hands
of our customers.
5. Air, Sea/Air, and Sea
If your order is of large volume with PCBTok, you can also choose
to ship via air, sea/air combined, and sea when necessary.
Please contact your sales representative for shipping solutions.
Note: if you need others, please contact your sales representative for shipping solutions.
You can use the following payment methods:
Telegraphic Transfer(TT): A telegraphic transfer (TT) is an electronic method of transferring funds utilized primarily for overseas wire transactions. It’s very convenient to transfer.
Bank/Wire transfer: To pay by wire transfer using your bank account, you need to visit your nearest bank branch with the wire transfer information. Your payment will be completed 3-5 business days after you have finished the money transfer.
Paypal: Pay easily, fast and secure with PayPal. many other credit and debit cards via PayPal.
Credit Card: You can pay with a credit card: Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro.
“The boards’ quality, timeliness of shipment, and responsiveness to all of my inquiries have all been fantastic. There’s nothing more to say about PCBTok; they have given me excellent value and services. I’ll definitely choose PCBTok over and over again for my circuit board products; they have proven their worth in this industry. If ever I’ll need a new product board again, I’ll certainly come back here at PCBTok. I highly recommend them for your bulk purchases; they’re really dependable!”Jennifer Gardner, Electronics Engineer from Wyoming, USA
“As an owner of a busy company, I am really looking for the go-to PCB manufacturer that I can easily communicate with. Fortunately, I have found PCBTok which satisfied what I am looking for in a supplier. Through their responsive support and engineers, I truly felt my importance to them. Also, the products that I’ve received are all in good quality and shape; it was delivered on time without any delays and issues along the way. At last, I found a manufacturer that I know I can depend on whenever I run out of boards. Thank you for being so considerate of my concerns and queries, PCBTok! You’ve been a really great help to my business.”Austin Simon, Owner of Z-Tech Solutions from Manitoba, Canada
“In the busy industry that I belong to, I require a constant manufacturer to supply my PCB needs; and, I’ve found the consistency that I am longing for with PCBTok. This is not my first time purchasing with them; I’ve been ordering from them since last month, and I must say, their treatment towards me is always constant. They respond to my inquiries in a timely manner and provided answers to my concerns accurately. Also, I’ve been receiving no defective products from them since the first time I placed my order. It was my true definition of consistency. Thank you, PCBTok for giving me such a wonderful experience with you. I look forward to our future transactions; I hope that the consistency you’ve provided me all this time will remain.”Michael Bradley, Hardware Engineer from Kentucky, USA
Low Volume PCB Assembly: The Ultimate FAQ Guide
Before deciding on a PCB assembly company, it is vital to know a few things. Low volume PCB assembly has advantages. It allows for robust testing mechanisms and avoids redesigns. However, you may have to pay extra for higher quality and faster turnaround times. Small Volume PCB Assembly: The Ultimate FAQ Guide comes in handy here.
Low-volume PCB assembly allows you to control production costs while maintaining quality. If you need to manufacture a small number of products but are concerned about NRE costs, then the low-volume assembly is a great option. When you use a low-volume PCB assembly company, you can test your final product without damaging your reputation. In addition, low-volume PCB assembly is an excellent choice for product prototyping and testing.
Special-purpose PCBAs require low-volume PCB assembly. This process requires mounting components on a bare board. The number of boards can vary from a few to less than 250. The following are the most common types of low-volume PCB assembly.
While sequential prototyping is the most common method of design verification, parallel prototyping is a good way to reduce the number of manufacturing runs. The latter requires a large number of design changes for a small number of boards. This allows you to test each variant prior to the manufacturing run. In addition, this method eliminates the hassle of testing individual components prior to the final assembly run.