One-Stop Electronic Development PCB Design

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US $0.1-10 / Pieces | 1 Piece/Pieces (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Liaoning, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Custom Design
Model Number:
ODM/OEM
Base Material:
FR-4/Aluminum/Polyimide
Copper Thickness:
1~3oz
Board Thickness:
0.3~2.5mm
Min. Hole Size:
0.15mm
Min. Line Width:
0.15mm
Min. Line Spacing:
0.15mm
Surface Finishing:
HASL/HASL Lead free/Immersion gold/Hard Plating gold
Type of services:
pcb design, pcb copy, pcb reverse engineering
Schematic capture:
Yes
Library development:
Yes
Design software:
Cadence OrCAD/Allegro/Altium PCAD/Mentor Graphic PADS Suite
Applications:
Industrial/Consumer electronics/Hobby/Medical/Communications
Turnkey service:
Yes
Small batch prototype:
Yes
Middle/Large production:
Yes
Non disclosure agreement:
Yes
Functional test:
Yes
SupplyAbility
SupplyAbility:
20000 Piece/Pieces per Week
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
packaging details:
Design file in zip format email delivered
Prototypes packaging details:
Inner packing: vacuum or anti-static bag
Outer packing: carton
Port
Dalian/Shenzhen
Lead Time :
3-10 days

 

One-Stop Electronic Development PCB Design

 

 JINSEO PCB Design has the ability to complete your schematic capture and PCB layout in several 
different software packages including:

• Cadence OrCAD/Allegro

• Altium PCAD
• Altium Designer


• Acquire all information needed, reviewing and verifying the accuracy.

• Schematic capture and net list generation (if not done yet).

• Create part library for the project.

• PCB component placement.

• Submit intermediate placement to engineer for reviewing. This is usually a discussion-

modification process until get approval on final placement.

• PCB routing. PCB designer and engineer must maintain adequate and frequent

communication during the routing process.

• Complete PCB layout, finalize all documents.

 

 

• Bill Of Materials (BOM).

• Final Net list.

• Hardcopy (or electronic version) of Schematics.

• Data sheets for special parts, if any.

• Any special instructions on layer stack-up (i.e. Signal, Ground & Power Planes) and plane splitting.

• Any drawing/detailed scratch showing board shape, size, and mounting mechanism, or heat sink, etc.

• Silkscreen text identification, including Part Numbers and Revisions.

• Any signals requiring special routing.

• Any placement requirements or restrictions (Placement ideas is greatly helpful).

 

• PCB Design Files.

• Standard PCB fabrication files (Gerber & NC-Drill in standard formats).

• Schematics and BOM if the schematic capture process involved in the design order.

• Assembly drawings.

• Assembly machine pick-place data file.

• Solder paste stencil files.

• Other optional files as client required.

 

• Provide as accurate information of circuit design and system requirement as possible.

• Avoid/minimize change on schematic after PCB layout process begins.

• Reducing density and making practical requirement.

• Choose responsible and highly skilled PCB designers.

• Schematics and BOM if the schematic capture process involved in the design order.

• Assembly drawings.

• Assembly machine pick-place data file.

• Solder paste stencil files.

• Other optional files as client required.

 

• Provide as accurate information of circuit design and system requirement as possible.

• Avoid/minimize change on schematic after PCB layout process begins.

• Reducing density and making practical requirement.

• Choose responsible and highly skilled PCB designers.