Flextron Unveils Full Range of Advanced SMT, Mixed Assembly Services


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Flextron Circuit Assembly announces the availability of the full suite of advanced manufacturing services with a focus on high mix, high-reliability assembly solutions. Flextron’s 55,000 ft2 static-free facility is located just outside of Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, offers a wide choice of solutions in rigid and flexible printed circuit board (PCB) SMT, PTH, and mixed technology. Flextron is Aerospace AS9100, Medical ISO 13485, ISO 9001 certified, and ITAR registered.

“We’re experts at handling small to medium production runs and prototypes as well as full-scale production,” stated Jay Vora, VP Sales and Engineering, in making the announcement. “We use both highly automated SMT and manual assembly processes when appropriate. We have the right systems to execute single and double-sided placement for all SMT component types. We can handle all types of SMT and Through-hole components, e.g., BGA, uBGA, QFP, QFN, PLCC, SOIC, PoP (Package on Package), CSP, and various other small chip packages as small as 01005, 0201s, and active components with a pitch of 0.25mm or more.” Flextron’s process engineers are also adept at conformal coating, potting, LED lighting assembly, and many more exacting processes that less sophisticated shops are reluctant to take on.

Flextron also offers quick turn prototypes and fast-turn production assembly services. Flextron’s manufacturing line is equipped with high-speed and flexible component handling SMT pick and place machines, stencil printers, fluids dispensers, multi-zone reflow ovens, 3D SPI and AOI inspection systems, X-ray inspection systems, test systems, and skilled, experienced technicians. Flextron’s skilled technicians can manually assemble and solder most complex components, guaranteeing a fast turnaround time for prototypes, turn-key, small lots, or high-mix jobs.  

About Flextron Circuit Assembly

Flextron Circuit Assembly is a full-service contract electronics manufacturer. We’re Aerospace AS9100, Medical ISO 13485, ISO 9001 certified, and ITAR registered; we offer the full range of manufacturing services in flexible and rigid printed circuit board (PCB) assembly for high-tech SMT, through-hole (PTH), and mixed-technology boards. For more information, click here.

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