Computrol to Discuss High-Mix Electronics Manufacturing Services at APEX
Computrol continually strives to offer its customers solutions for difficult design and production problems. Over the past few years, the industry has seen an increase in layer count, which poses new challenges for all soldering processes, including SMT and through-hole. Computrol has continued to invest heavily in state-of-the-art equipment designed to deal with PCB size, layer count and component size challenges.
Computrol is a world-class provider of mid to low volume, high-mix electronics manufacturing services to original equipment manufacturers. The team's electronics contract manufacturing expertise allows customers to realize significant improvements in cycle time, asset utilization, reliability, flexibility, and responsiveness. These objectives are achieved through integration of modern systems and processes, highly skilled and experienced people, fact-based process management, and continuous improvement.
Utilizing state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and processes, Computrol focuses on prototyping and low to medium volume, high-mix production of PCB, box build, cable harness and backplane assemblies. Additionally, the company's world-class team has the experience to make any design project a success.
Computrol is certified in ISO 9001-2008 and ISO 13485, IPC class II and III and J-STD certified as well as being ITAR registered and lead-free RoHS compliant. For more information, stop by Booth #2234 at the show or visit www.computrol.com.
Computrol, Inc., with manufacturing facilities in Meridian, Idaho and Orem, Utah, is a leading national provider of high-quality, low-volume electronics manufacturing capabilities, serving military, medical, aerospace, broadcast and general industry customers. For more information about Computrol, Inc., visit www.computrol.com.
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