News | April 17, 2014

Automated PCB Assembly Outsource Handles VGAs And More


SemiGen, Inc., an ISO and ITAR registered RF/Microwave assembly, automated PCB manufacturing, and RF Supply Center, provides high-quality, automated PC assembly for high-mix, low- to medium-volume printed circuit boards.

SemiGen helps manufacturers of military electronics, commercial products, and medical instrumentation with their leadless, finepitch, BGA, and QFP assembly requirements. They do this with a team of certified J-STD-001 and IPC 610 assemblers, two fully automated, surface-mount MYDATA machines, and high temperature multizoned reflow ovens. They are proficient in VGA placement and also offer additional through-hole manufacturing

The automated PCB line can handle and place a full range of components on virtually any board. This includes everything from 00105 and CSP/FC components to complicated BGA and QFP types. With the trend towards miniaturization and odd-shaped components, it’s critical for manufacturers of military electronics, commercial products, and medical instrumentation to have access to such an all-in-one machine and the experienced staff who run it.

SMT assembly capabilities include: high-mix automated PCBA, manual through-hole, leadless, fine pitch, VGA/BGA, micro BGA, QFP, LIDS, diverse passive components, large boards up to 44" x 32" and 1/2" thick, odd-shaped boards, Intelligent Surface Impact Control (ISIC), lead-free, design services, and quick-turn prototypes.

About SemiGen, Inc.
Established in 2009, SemiGen is a contract manufacturing and supply resource for RF/Microwave and PCB related industries. Services include RF hybrid assembly, semiconductor die packaging, automated PCB manufacturing and testing. They’re also a fully stocked provider of RF/Microwave bonding supplies and critical diodes and components. Partnering with SemiGen allows component and subsystem suppliers opportunities to reduce manufacturing costs and meet challenging deadlines. Serving the military electronics, commercial device, and medical instrumentation markets, their production line and test department is capable of handling prototype through high volume requirements up through 50 GHz. For more information, visit

SOURCE: SemiGen, Inc.