If you are an inventor or creator of special innovative electronic products, it is a good idea to ask yourself this question: What makes a great electronics product? Is it the idea? The functionality or design? The style or the cost? How do you decide which ideas to pursue and which to throw aside? How do you choose the best electronic design services?
To quote Steve Jobs again, “There is a quantum leap between a great idea and a marketable product.” Getting from idea to product is what we do best.
What will you do to make sure that your idea makes it to the market? How will you know or what standard of measurement will you use to decide whether your idea is good enough to make it to the market. You cannot spend time on products that do not make you money so you need to consider at least these four elements in electronics product creation before you give the green light to manufacture and distribute it.
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How does a printed circuit board get made? Today’s technology uses an application called Through-Hole Technology (THT). It’s a conventional PCB assembly procedure, whereby the mounting is performed by combining the manual and automatic procedures. It begins with the components placement step, which is done manually by the engineering staff.
The engineers have to precisely place the components on their respective positions as indicated in the printed circuit board design files. The placement must also be in line with the operation and regulations standards of the THT mounting method for the assurance of high-quality final products. For example, they define the orientation and polarity of components and make the component fitting compatible with the corresponding standards.
The next step is the inspection and rectification of the completed component placement. The board with the components attached is inspected to check whether the components were perfectly placed? If any issues related to the placement are found, they are fixed well before moving on to the next step of the PCB assembly process.
Finally, the final stage is to solder components onto the circuit board by placing the board in a wave soldering furnace. Wave soldering involves the board moving over a hot wave of molten solder washing the bottom of the circuit board, and in the process, solders all pins.
This final step firmly attaches all components to the circuit board.