dataCon procures to print all sheet metal designs, extruded shapes and stamped or machined parts to be assembled. Upon receipt, parts are stocked or binned by customer part number until requested by work order or shop floor personnel.
Screws, nuts, bolts and other low dollar cost items are floor stocked at work cells. Build to order (BTO) or configure to order (CTO) customer requests are work-order routed through selected assembly operations using manufacturing process instructions embedded in the work order. Torque requirements and bonding processes such as heat sink attachment are documented in the work instructions.
The photos above and below exemplify several of the electromechanical and mechanical products assembled by dataCon.
If your company is looking for an experienced sheet metal and mechanical assembly team capable of responding quickly to your needs please contact us.
Micro BGA’s and fine pitch devices, components, or connectors may have internal or hidden connections that are difficult to visually inspect. dataCon uses Phoenix X-ray equipment to validate the solder joint integrity of ball-grid arrays (BGA’S) and other non visible electrically connected joints.
X-Ray images can be analyzed for solder opens and shorts, misaligned leads, voids and other defects during the fresh lot build process or during a root cause analysis of field failures. Suspect connections, if any, can be identified real time to ensure adherence to the workmanship standards set forth in J-STD-001 Class 3 and IPC 7095. If you’re having trouble de-bugging a prototype or field failure, please contact us regarding access to our x-ray inspection capability.
To supplement the automated assembly equipment installed in our factory, dataCon has manual component, device and package removal tools, fixtures and equipment to aid in the repair or refurbishment of products. The majority of this equipment can be interchangeably used and capacity managed to support both new products and end of life (EOL) business needs of our customers.