The recent enhancements allow the company to produce printed circuit boards in as little as 24 hours while retaining Class 2 and Class 3 inspection standards. As an AS9100D certified and ITAR compliant fabricator, components continue to be produced to the high-quality levels demanded by aerospace and other mission-critical industries.
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As supply chain issues continue to plague global markets, Imagineering’s recent updates provide access to reliable components with minimal turnaround times. In addition to quality and speed, the fabricator’s global manufacturing capabilities enable it to offer competitive rates, including on low-mid volume production runs.
The fabrication of PCBs is highly detailed, and any shortfalls in design, production, or inspection can result in component failure. While the importance of avoiding such failures in the aerospace industry is obvious, faulty components can seriously impact the operation or reputation of any business.
The quality levels now offered by Imagineering reflect the various demands and budgets of its clients. Class 3 circuit boards reflect the highest standards of performance reliability, including visual defects. For those who are seeking extended life and continual performance, Class 2 circuit boards offer some savings, while maintaining the ability to operate as a dedicated service product.
Imagineering also continues its compliance with the Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive, offering both leaded and lead-free production capabilities. Along with outsourced PCB design services, the flexibility and convenience of the company’s fabrication capabilities can now meet almost any production requirement.
About Imagineering Inc.
In operation since 1986, Imagineering has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to adapt to the rapidly changing technological landscape. Its commitment to high-quality printed circuit board fabrication has seen it work with major clients like Siemens, Motorola, General Electric, Boeing, Whirlpool, and more.
A company representative stated: “Our top priority has always been to understand what the customer values, evaluate their needs, and deliver the best-in-class service and products. With our global buying power combined with the capabilities of our overseas manufacturers, we’re able to provide tremendous savings for our customers.”
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