Dive deeper into Assembly Lines:
What is SMT?

SMT stands for Surface Mount Technology. It is a method used in electronic assembly and circuit board manufacturing where electronic components are mounted directly onto the surface of printed circuit boards (PCBs). In SMT, components such as resistors, capacitors, and integrated circuits are placed directly onto the PCB's surface using automated equipment. SMT is known for its efficiency, smaller component size, and the ability to automate the assembly process, contributing to the production of smaller and more compact electronic devices.

pick and place machine
How do we do it?

Our SMT assembly lines feature advanced equipment, including automated pick-and-place machines, solder paste printers, and reflow ovens. This technology enables precise placement of surface mount components on PCBs with high speed and accuracy.

Whether it's small-sized passive components, integrated circuits, or advanced microprocessors, our SMT assembly services are versatile enough to handle a wide range of component types. This flexibility allows us to cater to diverse project requirements.

Why us?

Indic EMS Electronics is committed to continuous improvement. Our SMT assembly processes undergo regular assessments and updates to incorporate the latest technologies and enhance overall efficiency and quality.

To guarantee the quality of SMT assemblies, we employ Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) systems. These systems conduct real-time visual inspections, identifying defects and ensuring that each assembly meets stringent quality standards.

Our Capabilities

State-of-the-art SMT assembly line that ensures reliable boards.

Production-ready components that improve turnaround.

Assembling single and double sided SMT PCB of the following types:

  • Ball Grid Array (BGA)
  • Ultra-Fine Ball Grid Array (uBGA)
  • Quad Flat Pack No-Lead (QFN)
  • Quad Flat Package (QFP)

SmallOutline Integrated Circuit (SOIC)

PlasticLeaded Chip Carrier (PLCC)


Small ChipPackages (Pitch of 0.2 mm)

Our stringent testing protocols for surface mount assembly include:

- Automated Optical Inspection

- X-ray

- Electrical Testing

- Functional Testing

Frequently Asked Questions

The full form of SMT is Surface Mount Technology, referring to the method of producing electronic circuits where components are mounted directly onto the surface of PCBs.

Passive Components: Resistors, capacitors. Active Components: Transistors, diodes. Integrated Circuits: Microprocessors, memory chips.

SMT soldering is the process of joining SMT components to a PCB using solder paste that is reflowed under controlled heat, creating mechanical and electrical connections.

Classification of SMT typically involves the type of components used (passive, active, integrated circuits) and the technology of assembly (fine pitch, BGA, micro-BGA).

SMT (Surface Mount Technology) refers to the method of assembling electronic components on a PCB. SMD (Surface Mount Device) components are the parts used in SMT, designed for mounting directly onto the PCB's surface.

There are numerous types of SMT components, including resistors, capacitors, transistors, diodes, and integrated circuits, which vary in size and functionality.

An SMT line works by sequentially processing PCBs through stages: applying solder paste, placing components with pick-and-place machines, reflow soldering to secure components, and inspecting the assembled board.

An SMT line is a production line equipped with machines for the sequential processes of SMT assembly, including solder paste application, component placement, reflow soldering, and inspection.

Basic knowledge of SMT includes understanding the types of SMT components, the equipment used in the SMT line, the assembly process, and the techniques for ensuring high-quality soldering and component placement.

Solder Paste Application: Applying solder paste to the PCB. Component Placement: Placing SMT components on the board. Reflow Soldering: Melting the solder to secure components. Inspection and Testing: Checking for quality and functionality.

An SMT operator oversees the SMT assembly line, ensuring machines are set up correctly, monitoring the assembly process, making adjustments as needed, and inspecting finished PCBs for quality.

SMT components are electronic parts designed to be mounted directly onto the surface of PCBs without through-hole leads. They are smaller than traditional components, allowing for higher density and smaller PCB designs.

SMT is used for attaching electronic components to a printed circuit board (PCB), allowing for more components to be mounted on both sides of the board, thus reducing size and improving electrical performance.

The SMT (Surface Mount Technology) assembly process involves placing and soldering surface mount components onto a PCB. It's characterized by the use of automated machines for precise component placement and reflow soldering.

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