PCBCircuitBoards.co are Using Faster Printed Circuit Assembly Technology

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PCBCircuitBoards.co has adopted a new Printed circuit assembly technology to speed up production times. Order levels are increasing for the company.

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We have always been ahead of the curve when it comes to delivering high quality and value to our customers but we wanted to go one extra step and provide them a faster turnaround time than they are presently getting.

PCBCircuitBoards.co has recently introduced new printed circuit assembly technology on their site that will speed up their production rate. Customers of Printedcircuitsboards.co will now be able to get their orders delivered at twice the speed of previously times.

Jeff Bridgeland, head of printed board assembly, said that “we here at PCBcircuitboards.co have always been ahead of the curve when it comes to delivering high quality and value to our customers but we wanted to go one extra step and provide them a faster turnaround time than they are presently getting”. He went onto say that “with this new printed circuit assembly technology that we have adopted, we are at last in position to deliver inside a time scale that many of our competitors in the industry will find difficult can match."

The new printed circuit assembly technology that the company is using was originally German in origin and encompasses a faster “shut and cut” speed on the belt lines than is currently available on most belt lines in the USA. The faster cut and shut speed enables more printed circuit units to be manufactured in a shorter space of time than before.

Reaction from consumer sites in the printed circuit assembly technology sector has largely been very positive to the new move by the company. One such commentator said that “Quality was always something that we expected from PCBCircuitsBoards.co but now we can add speed of delivery to the list too. This is simply outstanding”.

PCBCircuitsBoards.co has put a new section on their site that has full details of the new turnaround times and delivery schedules and customers have full access to this information right now. The management are already starting to see an increase in order numbers since introducing the new technology.

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