PCB Design and Assembly

PCB Design and Assembly

Printed circuit boards are a necessary part of our everyday utilities because electronic processes support many industries and everyday functions. The earliest PCB construction was about a century ago when a German innovator filed a patent for a much simpler board that would work as a PCB.

Later on, innovators would modify the PCB to use in artillery and other types of device necessary for war. Over the decades, PCB assemblies have become more advanced and accommodating of many different complexities and functionalities that occur in the manufacturing industry. We expect to see even more powerful options in the future to fit into powerful devices that must maintain efficient and accurate functionality.

Widespread Applications Of PCBs

Consumer Electronics

There are thousands of electronics for our everyday use because they have become such an intricate part of our lives. PCBs are needed for home appliances like microwaves, entertainment systems,, and communication tools like phones and watches.
Medical tools

There are many medical devices in the industry, including imaging systems for scanning the body, measurement systems to take records of our blood pressure, heart bear, sugar content,, and more. It would behoove you not to contract a competent company to assist with the construction of these high-risk devices,, which could mean the difference between life and death for the end users.


There is an almost endless list of automotive devices that need PCB assembly, from the tiny sensors to the headlights and navigation systems.

Telecommunication Systems

Most communication systems use advanced technology and rely on PCBs to manage communications. Cell towers need complex PCB boards to manage the outdoor environment and transmit as many signals as necessary to all interconnected devices.

Many sectors have a heavy reliance on PCBs, including the military, maritime, and aerospace industries. Each step of the assembly process should be compatible with the application of the board. This means that you must work with a manufacturer that understands the difference and will only use the best skills and components to bring everything together.

An Overview Of The PCBA Assembly Process

  • Solder paste – The paste is added to the areas where the screen board will be attached.
  • Pick and place – The screen is then picked and placed onto the board in the correct position to secure it before starting the programming process..
  • Soldering – The next step is to add the paste to the board and then heat the components so that the solder melts and bonds the screen onto the plate..
  • Inspection – An automatic inspection confirms that everything is in place and detects defects fast to optimize the manufacturing and ensure high-quality products that last a long time

Are you looking for the right company to collaborate with for your PCB assembly process? MJS Designs is one of the most favored choices because we know the intricate details involved in the process and generally maintain short turn-around times.

We are open to takingng in your booking appointments for the PCB design and assemby and to also give you an accurate quote for different printed circuit boards and CCA manufacturing processes.

PCB Design and Assembly