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What is Partial turnkey?

Partial turnkey PCB assembly solutions, provides clients with flexibility and control over specific aspects of the electronic manufacturing process. Our partial turnkey services allow clients to leverage our expertise in areas such as component sourcing, assembly, and testing, while maintaining control over other aspects of the project.

How do we do it?

Indic EMS Electronics works closely with clients to understand their specific needs and preferences. We offer customized service packages, allowing clients to choose the level of control they desire over different stages of the assembly process.

Transparent communication is a cornerstone of our approach. Clients are kept informed at every stage of the partial turnkey process, providing clarity and enabling them to make informed decisions.

Why choose us?

Our partial turnkey solutions are designed to be flexible and tailored to the specific needs of each client. Whether clients prefer more control over component selection or assembly, we provide solutions that align with their preferences.

Our Capabilities
RoHS compliant PCB assembly
Plated-through hole, Surface Mount as well Mixed Technologies.
Leaded as well as lead free assemblies
Quick turnaround
Custom testing and DFM checkings
Customer support
Frequently Asked Questions

Partial turnkey PCB assembly involves the customer supplying some components, with the service provider managing the rest, including assembly and delivery. Full turnkey PCB assembly sees the service provider handling everything from component sourcing to assembly, requiring only the customer's design files for fully assembled PCB delivery.

The word "turnkey" refers to a product or service that is delivered in a state ready for immediate use by the purchaser. It originates from the concept of being able to turn the key in a newly acquired property and start using it right away, without needing to undertake any additional setup or installation.

Semi turnkey refers to a service model where the client provides some components or parts of the project, and the service provider completes the rest. In PCB assembly, this might mean the customer supplies the PCBs or specific components, and the assembly company handles the remaining manufacturing and assembly processes.

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