Nex-G facility is equipped with 2 SMT lines for mass production (medium and high output) as well as 1 line for prototyping, where we extensively use to validate the PCBA boards before bringing them into mass production. We strongly believe that in this way, we can guarantee quality and less risks to our clients when ramping up the production or moving to different stages of product manufacturing.
The prototype line serves for PCB/PCBA and SMT process validation before scaling up the production to greater numbers.
Setting up the prototype line is far quicker than a common SMT line used for mass production which contributes to having a quick turnaround.
This helps the customer to validate different production stages like EVT (Engineering Validation Testing) or DVT (Design Validation Testing) as well as get ready for the Mass Production stage, minimizing the risks and material waste.
This is the core of an EMS (Electonic Manufacturing Service) factory and Nex-G this could not be different. It refers to the PCB components assembly and checking. Each process in SMT production has different flows and requirements, for which different processing machines and positions cooperate as a system to form a complete SMT line flow.
Surface Mount technology has the characteristics of high density, high reliability, low cost, and smaller size, which requires a more efficient processing SMT line.
In our facility, not only the process is automatized but we also have skilled workers constantly monitoring the SMT line in order to ensure a high production yield.
PCBA functional testing is the most comprehensive testing regimen for determining whether the board can either leave the factory and be shipped to the customer or assembled for the final product.
We offer our clients customized JIGs made to their requirements to perform functional tests of PCBAs or the product after assembly is complete.