Through-hole PCB assembly is still a very popular technique for assembling electronic components today, inserting electronic components through holes in the PCB and soldering the components to the board by wave soldering or hand soldering. At QTECH Technology, we have complete through hole PCB assembly capabilities that enable us to serve customers from different industries well. We are capable of handling almost all types of printed circuit boards, whether it is a single-layer PCB, a double-sided PCB, or a high-density multi-layer PCB.Contact Us
We have all the knowledge and techniques required for PCB assembly, and all our staff has been rigorously trained to the IPC 610 standard.
We have 3 DIP lines that are equipped with state-of-the-art machines and proficient operators, which allows us to deliver products at very fast turnaround times.
Qtech is fully certified, and our certifications such as ISO9001, ISO13485, IPC610, ROHS, and UL prove our commitment to stringent quality control.
At Qtech, we perform both manual and automated through hole PCB assembly according to different project requirements. Generally speaking, we do hand component insertion and hand soldering for highly complicated assembly projects and use automated through-hole PCBs techniques for small-volume production.
We provide through-hole PCB services to a variety of industries including medical, electronics, instrumentation, and military, all thanks to our complete assembly capabilities:
• Hand soldering
• Dual wave flow solder
• Hand Insertion of components
• Automate axial or radial insertion
• RoHS soldering using tin-lead solder
• Use of high and low melting point solder
• Prototype build to high-volume assembly
• Functional test and automated inspection
• Support various types of PCBs including metal core PCBs, Rigid PCBs, Flex-rigid PCBs, FR4 PCBs, etc.
In-Circuit Testing: – This type of testing is conducted for high volume production lines, and helps us check every minute soldering and other components in detail.
Automated Optical Inspection: – Abbreviated as AOI, these tests are performed to ensure that product is free from soldering, component, and BGA defects.
Automated X-Ray Inspection(AXI): – This testing is performed to inspect insufficient fills, short circuits, fills, etc. The automated X-ray inspection helps reduce the number of defects and improve the quality of the Through-Hole circuit.
Burn-in Tests: – These tests detect components’ failure or reliability in real environments.
Assisted Visual Inspection: – Our experts use a wide range of advanced visual inspection equipment to perform a detailed inspection of soldering and component placement accuracy.