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What Can a Virginia PCB Assembly Service Do For You?

Category: Telan CorporationPublished on 2017 Mar, 03
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Spring is around the corner, and people everywhere are drawing up spring cleaning checklists, ready to roll up their sleeves and get things in order. Alongside cleaning gutters and airing out rugs, have you considered drawing up a spring cleaning list for your business? Owners should occasionally review what has, and what has not, been working in their company; where to cut costs and improve productivity; and what systems are in need of an upgrade or reimagining.

 

For small to medium sized companies, it can be easy to identify problems, but harder to find workable solutions. You may know your supply costs are too high and your equipment is insufficient, but how do you address these problems? Do you tackle each one in turn, or do you look for a solution that solves several problems at once? A trusted Virginia PCB assembly service may be the answer you’ve been looking for. There are 5 ways a Virginia PCB assembly service can help you: we will look at the first two this week, then stay tuned next week for the remainder.

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PCB Assembly Services Provide Components You Can Trust

Category: Telan CorporationPublished on 2016 Nov, 03
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How confident are you that the parts that go into your products are of the highest quality? Supply-line tracking, inventory management and properly sourced components are vital for a successful PCB assembly in Northern New Jersey. If the components going into your product aren't legitimate and trustworthy, then your entire product may be in jeopardy.

 

Telan Corporation has been offering PCB assembly services in Northern New Jersey for over 35 years. We know how faulty components can negatively impact a project, which is why our supply chain is thoroughly vetted to ensure you have only the best components in your product. By partnering with Telan Corporation for your Northern New Jersey PCB assembly, you get the following benefits:

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Surface Mount Technology Makes for Smooth PCB Assembly

Category: Telan CorporationPublished on 2016 Oct, 13
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People are often surprised to find that the standard PCB assembly process is actually over thirty years old. Developed in the 1980s, surface mount technology (SMT) has proved so reliable that no process has been yet been found to improve upon it. So what exactly makes surface mount technology such an effective process?

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The Pros and Cons of Selective vs. Wave Soldering

Category: Telan CorporationPublished on 2016 Oct, 06
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Last week we discussed the processes behind selective and wave soldering. Today we’ll take a look at the pros and cons of selective soldering (the most common soldering process) so that you can design your PCB with these facts in mind.

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Understanding Wave and Selective Soldering Processes

Category: Telan CorporationPublished on 2016 Sep, 30
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Over the last few weeks we’ve been discussing the relative benefits of Through-hole and Surface Mount technology, as well as the combined benefits of both. If you choose Through-hole or mixed technology, your PCB will require soldering to keep the components in place. This can be done through either wave or selective soldering. To understand which option is best for your PCB design, we'll look at the processes involved in both techniques, and next week we will examine the pros and cons offered by each.

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The Pros and Cons of Through-Hole Technology

Category: Telan CorporationPublished on 2016 Sep, 08
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We recently discussed the benefits and limitations of surface mount technology (SMT), so today we would like to look at the alternative: through-hole technology.

 

Through-hole technology became the industry standard in the 1940s, replacing earlier assembly techniques such as point-to-point technology. Through-hole is an easy form, with leads threaded through pre-drilled holes forming a criss-cross pattern on the opposite side. The leads are bent into 90-degree angles in opposite directions for mechanical strength, then soldered in place.

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