UK Custom Assembly Specialists…
With over 15 years of in-house PCB custom assembly, we have the expertise to guide you through your next project and deliver on time and on spec. Our popular full box build service keeps your PCB design, population and build all under one roof. So, less hassle and less stress for you.
Why use us for your custom assembly?
– Extensive experience
– Flexible partnership approach
– On-time and on-spec delivery
– No minimum order quantities
Our expert team works with customers from the UK and Europe across sectors including medical, life sciences, automotive, energy, instrumentation and general electronics.
Trusted UK custom assembly experts
Our cost-effective assembly of your prototype printed circuit board, offers quick turn around times and the peace of mind of working with a safe pair of hands.
We manage your project through every step of the assembly process, handling all types of PCB assembly from basic through hole PCB assembly to surface mount at our factory in Brackley, Northamptonshire between Oxford and Northampton.
Our qualified soldering technicians can assemble single or double sided serial production-quality PCBs using a fully automated assembly machine. While through-hole technology (THT) components are soldered by hand or by selective soldering machinery.
Our PCB custom assembly capabilities
We have extensive experience with lead-free and the restriction of hazardous substances (RoHS).
Assembly types we offer include: surface mount, through-hole, mixed technology and single or double-sided placement.
We can process components supplied by you as well as components purchased for you. If you would like to assemble particular components yourself – simply note this in the corresponding bill of material (BoM) for your project. We do request that components you supply be dry and adequately labelled with the component designations used on your BoM.
FYI the delivery time for the assembly of your printed circuit boards is mainly dependent on the number components to be assembled. Assembly starts when all the materials that are necessary (including the required surplus amounts, printed circuit boards, and stencil) have arrived.