1. In order to avoid several engineering problems that may hinder the manufacturing process, this Low-Volume PCB Assembly uses Design Manufacturing (DFM) services as a means of reviewing the quality of customer engineering documents, such as Gerber files, billing materials, assembly drawings and circuit diagrams. In addition, it will perform a panel inspection of the board and check the component list to check its accuracy before ordering components. It uses a solder mask at the time of fabrication to achieve high output.
2. To facilitate your board testing process and provide advice on where to place test points on the entire board, this Low-Volume PCB Assembly uses a Test Design (DFT) service. This service provides a reference on probe types, fixtures, and test limits. The DFT service will verify that your test requirements, problem detection process, problem resolution instructions and other references have been carefully designed.
3. To avoid the danger of reprocessing and additional costs, this Low-Volume PCB Assembly will initially produce a limited number of boards and send them to you for inspection before making the entire order. After confirming the completion of the production order, we will inspect all manufactured boards and verify the quality of the ball grid array and leadless component components by X-ray inspection equipment.