June 27, 2017 by webadmin

Rapid PCB Prototyping Benefits

Rapid PCB Prototyping is the process whereby a PCB prototype is developed quickly and efficiently by a manufacturer. Prototyping allows the manufacturer to test the PCB Assembly before taking it into full production.  Errors, malfunctions and/or design issues with the Assembly can be determined early on, allowing the manufacturer to make design adjustments until a final design is established.

By its very nature, Rapid PCB Prototyping shortens the life cycle of the product – taking what used to require weeks to complete and accomplishing it in as a little as a few days. This advantage alone makes prototyping a positive alternative to traditional PCB assembly services. As there is often a rush to market to produce some electronic devices, prototyping allows this to be achieved – with a high degree of assurance that the final design will be the best design possible.

Rapid PCB Prototyping also allows companies to test different designs in a short amount of time, enhancing even the most diverse and complicated PCB Assemblies. Prototyping can be applied to a single layer, double layer, and multilayer assemblies, as well as too rigid and flexible designs.

The end result of prototyping is a design that brings the best product to market in the shortest amount of time – while saving money and other resources along the way.

ADCO Circuits is All About Rapid PCB Prototyping

ADCO Circuits has more than 3 decades of experience in electronic manufacturing services. Over that time, we’ve learned a thing or two about how our Prototyping services can provide a competitive advantage to our customers – along with cost savings that can be gained as well. Talk to us today – and ask to speak to one of our prototyping professionals.

About the Company

In addition to rapid PCB prototyping services, ADCO Circuits also offers electronic design and PCB assembly services to aerospace/military, telecommunications, automotive, industrial/commercial, wireless and medical equipment markets. We adhere to the most stringent Quality Control standards in the industry, being ISO 9001, TS 16949 and AS 9100 certified. Our personnel is trained to IPC J-STD-001 Class 3 and IPC-A-610 class 3 qualifications. We also have the latest equipment and technology, and advanced information and quality systems to support all of our electronic manufacturing services.