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What is hybrid assembly line?

Hybrid circuits in Printed Circuit Board Assemblies (PCBAs) refer to assemblies that incorporate both surface-mount technology (SMT) and through-hole technology (THT) components on the same PCB. This hybrid approach allows designers to leverage the strengths of both SMT and THT components to achieve specific design goals, such as combining high-density SMT components with robust THT components or integrating specialized components that are only available in through-hole packages.

How do we do it?

Our Hybrid Assembly services are tailored to accommodate various component types, sizes, and form factors. This flexibility enables us to handle complex electronic designs that require a combination of traditional and advanced assembly methods.

Hybrid assemblies often involve the use of diverse materials with varying thermal and mechanical properties. Our teams have the expertise to navigate material compatibility challenges, ensuring the reliability and longevity of the assembled devices.

Why us?

Our Hybrid Assembly services showcase versatility in integrating advanced technologies seamlessly. Whether it's combining SMT and THT or integrating specialized components, our expertise ensures the successful assembly of complex electronic devices.

Our Capabilities

- 6 SMT lines which are inline with no manual intervention.

- Automated Assembly line for backend activities, from conformal coating.

Frequently Asked Questions

Automated machinery for fast, consistent tasks. Manual workstations for complex or delicate operations. Material handling systems like conveyors or robots. Quality control stations for ensuring product standards.

Industries that benefit most from hybrid assembly lines include: Automotive manufacturing Electronics and consumer goods Aerospace Medical devices

Hybrid assembly lines are used to balance the efficiency and consistency of automation with the adaptability and problem-solving capabilities of human workers, making them ideal for producing a wide range of products, including those requiring intricate assembly or quality checks.

Hybrid assembly lines differ from traditional ones by integrating both automated machinery and manual labor, allowing for more versatile production processes that can adapt to complex or variable product designs, whereas traditional lines typically rely on either full automation or manual processes.

Combines automation's speed with human flexibility. Improves efficiency and quality control. Adapts easily to production changes and complex designs.

Assembly line design refers to the strategic layout and organization of tools, equipment, and workstations in a production line to optimize the assembly process. It focuses on efficiency, minimizing production time, and reducing costs while ensuring product quality.

A hybrid assembly system combines automated and manual assembly processes within a single production line. This system leverages the precision and speed of automation while retaining the flexibility and problem-solving capabilities of human workers.

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