Assembly technology with wired components
Although the advantages of SMD manufacturing are considerable, it is not possible to do without THT (through-hole technology) assembly when manufacturing electronics. Straight components with a high mechanical load, such as connectors, switches or power semiconductors, are still assembled on a PCB using through-hole technology. These components rarely exist as SMD versions.
Our state-of-the-art electronics manufacturing use the advantages of SMD and THT assembly to ensure optimal production of your printed circuit board.
Automated soldering processes allow us to solder wired components in a reflow oven (through-hole reflow or THR). This way, we shorten the usual THT assembly process and save on costs by eliminating manual or wave soldering, for example.
We also use the following soldering methods in THT manufacturing:
- Wave soldering
- Selective soldering
- Robotic soldering
- Laser soldering
- Manual soldering
Mixed-assembly PCBs also undergo AOI (automatic optical inspection) testing.
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