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Manufacturing costs up due to the new import tax? Contact Manncorp to help reduce costs.

Bring Your Electronics Assembly In House

We've received a lot of inquiries since the 25% tariffs were announced this year. Interest in bringing production in-house is running high. If you're looking into doing your own PCB assembly, contact us. If you're not sure, keep reading. Helping manufacturers take control of their electronics manufacturing is our specialty.

Do you currently contract out the assembly of PCBs for your product? Are you looking for ways to cut costs and gain more control over the quality and turnaround of your product lines? Have you considered assembling your PCBs yourself? It's easier—and more cost-efficient—than you might think, especially when you partner with an equipment supplier who has specialized in helping companies like yours bring their SMT assembly in-house in America for more than 50 years. 

Benefits of Doing Your Own PCB Assembly

  • Reduce manufacturing costs
  • Shorten product lead times
  • Improve and control quality
  • Accelerate product development and changes
  • Cut out customs costs if you're currently having your products assembled overseas
  • Secure your intellectual property
  • Increase product value with Made in the U.S.A. label

You Might Be Surprised How Easy It Is

  • Our experts match you with the right equipment for your needs
  • All the recommended equipment is guaranteed to "play well" together
  • Our experienced technicians install the equipment at your facility and train your operator(s)
  • With a single equipment supplier, you only have one phone number to call when you run into questions or snags
  • Much of our equipment has remote service software installed, allowing our techs to resolve issues online, to get you back up and running as quickly as possible
  • And—we guarantee it will work

What It's Like to Do Your Own Assembly

SMT Magazine spotlighted three companies, from their decisions to take on product assembly through to how it paid off. None of these companies had hands-on experience in SMT manufacturing prior to making the leap, which may be where you're coming from as well. Read their experiences at Bringing Your SMT Assembly In-House: Case Studies of Its Effects on Lead Time, Inventory, Quality, and Overall Cost (opens in a new tab).

How to Get Started

Talk to us! Tell us what problems you'd like to solve, what boards you're having manufactured, and what kind of volume you need to produce.

The quickest way to get started is to send us your bill of materials directly to Chris Ellis at cellis@manncorp.com. He and his team will match our machines to your requirements and get you a quick price quote.

Don't wait—find out your options today!