Quality standards are highly important when manufacturing electronic printed circuit boards. PCBs are often produced in bulk, so any kind of fault that would hamper the effective operation of one PCB could affect dozens or even hundreds of them.
At the same time, when you make any kind of purchase, you expect a certain level of quality. For these reasons, PCB Train operates a Quality Management System which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008.
All PCB Train unpopulated PCBs are manufactured to meet or exceed IPC-A-600G (Acceptability of Printed Boards) Class 1 and 2 classifications.
We populate our PCBs to exceed IPC-A-610 revision D/E class 1. Our workshop employees are trained to J-STD-001 requirements.
So you can rest assured that the assembly and population of printed circuit boards here at PCB Train meet the industry standard.
What is the IPC?
IPC is a global trade association for the electronics industry. The ‘Institute for Printed Circuits’ (IPC) is the association connecting electronics industries and was founded in 1957. The IPC represents electronics design, printed circuit board manufacturing and electronics assembly.
The organisation periodically releases acceptability standards in the form of qualification and performance specification standards for the design and manufacture of all major types of printed circuit boards, and other electronic components.
How PCB Train meets the IPC standard
The printed circuit boards at PCB Train are manufactured to meet or exceed the relevant IPC specifications.
Nearly everything electronic is printed onto a circuit board these days. We make sure we meet the industry standard of what’s expected of this kind of product. We see it as an essential part of what we do, to ensure you receive the best quality, fault-free printed circuit boards.
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