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What Is an Electro-mechanical Assembly?

Electro-mechanical Assembly means the final assembly of electronic equipment by mechanical and electrical parts. It assembles and electrically connects electronic/optoelectronic components, substrate PCBs, wires, connectors, and other parts according to the electrical diagram design using complete electronic assembly equipment. Electromechanical devices usually includes the following parts:

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    The Process of Electro-mechanical Assembly

    Electromechanical assembly services are a highly complex task that can not be adequately done without an experienced team. Here at Viasion, we can meet all your Electromechanical Assembly demands using our 16+ years of experience and robust supply chain. Here is the normal process of electromechanical contract manufacturing:

    Industrial Applications of Electro-mechanical Assemblies

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    The main tools and equipment include:
    Surface mount printing equipment; Surface mounting machine; Automatism card machine; Wave soldering equipment; Reflow soldering equipment; AOI inspection equipment; Taping equipment; Shielding equipment.

    Electro-mechanical assembly mainly involves assembling the electronic parts into metal or plastic enclosures.

    Yes, there are some safety considerations to be aware of when performing electro-mechanical assemblies. An essential factor is that the components and materials used must meet industry standards for safety measures, which include ensuring the components are made from non-flammable materials, such as plastics and ceramics. Furthermore, they are certified for use in the assembly process.

    In addition, it is crucial to use the appropriate tooling and specialized equipment for precision work, such as soldering, drilling, Testing and cleaning.

    At most, it takes 2-4 weeks to complete a simple electro-mechanical assembly. However, more time is needed for complex electromechanical assemblies.

    Normally, there are following steps for electromechanical assemblies:

    1. Prepare the corresponding information, including total assembly drawing, component assembly drawing, parts drawing, BOM, etc. We must ensure the completeness and neatness of the drawing and the fullness of the process information record.
    2. We must carry out the placement of parts and Assembly of components in the specified workplace, and all workplaces must be kept neat, standardized and orderly.
    3. We should understand the equipment’s structure, assembly technology and process requirements before Assembly.
    4. The Quality Inspection Department must check the assembled parts carefully, and if any unqualified parts are found during the assembly process, workers should report that promptly.

    We think many years of experience and a skilled product and quality team are the most critical factors. Viasion has more than 16+ years of experience in electromechanical device assembly, with an experienced team to supply high-quality electromechanical assembly services.

    Normally, the following steps should be done for a typical electromechanical assembly: printed circuit board fabrication – PCB assembly – IC programming – PCB testing – enclosure assembly – final functional testing – labelling and packaging. Generally speaking, electromechanical assembly products will be fully functional when finished.