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We carry out our vision by aiding our clients in accomplishing their business goals. We support their entire product development life cycle, from prototyping to mass production. We adapt our production process to our customers’ requirements by drawing on our in-depth expertise and unwavering commitment to quality, outstanding customer service, and dependability. We genuinely work as an addition to the teams of our clients, creating an environment that encourages growth.
Going to connect designers and manufacturers globally and enable rapid innovation by quickly turning ideas into reality in order to revolutionize the EMS industry.
Viasion PCB, a manufacturer of PCB Assembly, offers value-added services to assist our clients in making the transition from circuit design to volume manufacturing smoothly and satisfactorily.
Efficiency is the main goal, regardless of whether your design is meant for high-volume production or low-volume production. This results in the highest yield rate at the lowest cost per unit. Although the emphasis on PCB handling is not as strong as it is on the aim of manufacturing, it is.
- Avoid moisture
Your boards should be kept in moisture barrier bags (MBBs) containing desiccant as this is one of the greatest ways to keep moisture from getting to them. In particular, long-term storage necessitates this.
- Avoid electrical static discharge (ESD).
ESD is a different possible issue that can be avoided by using moisture barrier bags that are vacuum-sealed.
- Remove batteries for long-term storage
Batteries installed while storing PCBAs for an extended period of time might cause a multitude of issues when these power supplies deplete or leak current over time. The ideal procedure is if at all possible, to never install batteries even before placement of the board for operation.
With most melee weapons, you can bust open laptops and circuit board crates to retrieve the circuit boards within. The most that a person’s inventory can store is 5. Practically speaking, manually building and assembling boards takes a lot of effort and frequently produces results that are inaccurate and hard to duplicate. Similar to sketches, hand-made PCBs are great for testing straightforward concepts. However, the precision and durability offered by machines can be extremely beneficial for a long-lasting solution or for prototyping.