Our engineers work as part of your design teams – or if needed, serve as your design team – to document engineering requirements and develop design schematics for printed circuit board (PCB) development.
We have expertise in part selection and vendor sourcing. Or we can work with your sourcing team to choose from your organization’s pre-approved vendors and suppliers.
Once we’ve gained approval on all aspects of the design, we provide native CAD files, PDFs, bills of materials (BOMs), and printed copies as necessary. These files also can be used to create the physical PCB or printed wiring board (PWB) assembly.
Our designers also can help convert electrical designs to physical layouts. We can import your designs, or develop the design with your team using traditional or custom PCB shapes.
Based on your requirements, we will advise on all aspects of the board layout, including board stack, layer count, thickness, PCB materials, finish, and color. Our highly skilled PCB and mechanical designers will ensure the design meets packaging requirements and is tested for manufacturability (DFM) to ensure it can be fabricated, assembled, and packaged to meet your design intent.
When the design is approved for manufacturing, we’ll generate all files for PCB fabrication and PCB assembly manufacturing using surface-mounted and/or through-hole technology.
We also can work with you and a PCB designer to set mechanical requirements for integration and assembly into commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) or custom packaging. Based on your requirements, we’ll ensure proper placement of user I/O, display, user access, rack mounting, cooling requirements, custom engraving, or silk screening.
We’ll test the final product and integrate it into the approved package design.
For electronic design, we have expertise in
• OrCAD® with PCBEditor®
• SolidWorks® / CircuitWorks®