SMT PCB Assembly Services

Surface mount technology (SMT) is a printed circuit board (PCB) assembly method in which components are placed by a machine directly onto the surface of the board. While this type of assembly has mainly replaced the thru-hole technology method of fitting components with wire leads into holes, Cirexx offers both SMT and thru-hole technologies — even on the same board.


The SMT PBC Assembly Process

Advantages of SMT PCB Assembly

The main advantage to SMT assembly is that a machine places the electrical components as opposed to a human, which increases quality and efficiency while simultaneously reducing the chance of error.

Applications for SMT PCB Assembly

SMT is used as the main type of PCB assembly in projects across all types of industries and applications, including:

Lead Times for SMT PCB Assembly

The lead time for SMT PCB assembly depends on the number of line items on the bill of materials (BOM) and the number of components on the board. Contact us today so that we can provide you with an accurate estimate.

Cirexx Is Your SMT PCB Partner

Our engineers have deep knowledge and experience in all aspects of PCB design, fabrication, and assembly — including SMT. We differentiate ourselves by being able to take on even the most complex jobs and we do this under one roof with state-of-the-art technology and a top-notch engineering and assembly operator team.

Cirexx has the industry-leading procedures, facilities, and team to fulfill all of your custom PCB layout, manufacturing, and assembly needs. Contact us today if you’re looking for more information or have specific questions about SMT assembly.

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We thoroughly review and evaluate the design of all custom circuit board quotes with electronic data and software to provide a 24-hour response time. After you upload your information, including any fabrication drawings or schematics, our system and engineering staff will analyze the data and provide us with a comprehensive document so we can take a closer look at your project.

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