Having a Blast Producing Printed Circuit Boards
We find Producing Printed Circuit Boards a blast here at Falconer Electronics. Is it the actual placing parts that we find so much fun? Or is it the amazing people we work with on a daily basis? Or is the incredible customers that we are blessed to build product for? ALL OF THE ABOVE!
Could it be the cool products that we produce for our customers that keeps our workplace so energized? It is a true privilege that we are able to see our finished goods in action.
For example, we find it extremely exciting seeing our work on roads and highways in vehicle lighting fixtures. Many of our products find their way in major retail stores such as Walmart and Lowe’s, working as electrical display units. Our products also find homes in the health care industry, industrial heating systems, locomotives, vehicle mobility units as well as in national defense projects.
Producing Printed Circuit Boards for over 30 years allows the opportunity to see trends come and go. What holds true through all of those years is delivering high-quality product, on-time and with a smile for our customers.
Producing Printed Circuit Boards on a Pick and Place Machine
This past year, Falconer Electronics invested in DDM Novastar LE40V Benchtop Automated Pick and Place Machine. This fantastic piece of machinery drastically increased our productivity. Especially for larger orders requiring surface mount components.
The Pick and Place Machine delivers a wonderful competitive edge by offering speed, accuracy, and flexibility. This fits perfectly with our customers who primarily require prototypes as well as low to mid-level volume.
Common Components Placed When Producing Printed Circuit Boards:
- LED Lights
- Integrated Circuits
Several key steps when Producing Printed Circuit Boards:
- Make sure to place parts properly
- Parts and lights in place
- Parts pushed up
- Look for parts missing
- Check for parts missing solder
- Always wear safety glasses
Thank you for taking the time to read our blog post on Producing Printed Circuit Boards. Continue looking for our series on soldering circuit boards.