Custom PCB Assembly
Custom Production Lines for SMT Assembly
If you're just starting in-house printed circuit board assembly, it can be difficult to know precisely what your production requirements might be. At Manncorp, your success is our priority. Rest assured that we'll be here with you every step of the way, offering you guidance throughout the entire process. We understand purchasing a PCB assembly line is a long-term investment and enjoy supporting our customers through challenges as well as celebrating their successes. When you purchase from Manncorp, our dedicated team is available to answer questions and guide you as you work to improve your SMT production capabilities.
PCB Assembly Lines Built to Your Specifications
Whatever your requirements might be, we're certain we can configure an assembly line for you. Get in touch with us for a free consultation and we'll begin working on a solution for you right away. From evaluating bill of materials and creating line drawings to ensure all equipment fits well in your space to secure initial financing, we are experienced at guiding customers as they take on and grow SMT production and prototyping.
Our service and support team has over 150 years' combined experience, so you know that we have the skills and the expertise to put any of your in-house production issues to rest. It's easy to get a quote on single-sourcing your SMT lines that fits your needs, just reach out to Chris Ellis (email@example.com) and send your BOM for evaluation.
Bring Your Electronics Assembly In-House
With supply chain disruptions experienced during the COVID-19 crisis, companies are expressing renewed interest in bringing their electronic production in-house. Being able to build prototypes at your facility- or turn out even small batches of product to get through a delay in your usual production chain- can make-or-break for a small business in a crunch like this. If you're looking into taking more control over your product development and PCB assembly, contact us. If you're not sure, keep reading. Helping manufacturers take control of their electronics manufacturing is our specialty!
Ask Yourself These Questions
Do you currently contract out the assembly of PCBs for your product?
Are you experiencing supply chain snags?
Looking for ways to cut costs and increase profit?
Need to gain more control over the quality and turnaround of your products?
Have you considered assembling the PCBs yourself?
It's easier and more cost-efficient than you might think, especially when you partner with an equipment supplier that has specialized in helping American companies bring their SMT assembly in-house for more than 50 years.
Benefits of Doing Your Own PCB Assembly
- Shield yourself from supply chain disruptions
- Reduce manufacturing costs
- Shorten product lead times
- Accelerate product development
- Move rapidly from prototyping to production
- Improve and control product quality
- Implement design changes immediately
- Cut customs costs if you're currently having your products assembled overseas
- Protect your intellectual property
- Increase product value with Made in the U.S.A label
- Expand profit opportunities by owning more of the value chain
You Might Be Surprised How Easy It Is
Manncorp experts can match you with the right equipment for your needs, and the recommended equipment is guaranteed to “play well” together. Our experienced technicians can install the equipment and train your operator(s) either at your facility or remotely. With a single equipment supplier for your entire line, you'll only have to call one phone number when questions arise. And with the remote service software installed on many of our machines, our techs are able to resolve most issues online, to get you back up and running as quickly as possible. Count on us, and our equipment. It is guaranteed to work for you, and warranted to last.
What it's Like to Do Your Own Assembly
SMT Magazine spotlighted three companies who decided to begin doing their own product assembly. The article takes the reader from each company's decision-making process through to the payoff. 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.