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Design Checklist for Electronics Manufacturing

With this design checklist for electronics manufacturing, we give you a detailed overview of information we need to assemble your boards. It is important – especially during the early stages of development – to keep this information in mind during the design phase. The quality of your design will in turn influence the price, manufacturing speed, and error rate of your project. Use this information to optimize your assembly design!

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Board Assembly Drawing & CAD

  • Board assembly drawing as PDF vector file
  • Mirror-image of the bottom of board assembly drawing (soldering side) with legible part references
  • Plated (PTH) and non-plated through-holes (NPTH) visible in assembly drawing
  • Component polarity clearly marked
  • CAD files (Eagle, Altium, etc.)
  • 3-D view of PCB from top and bottom, as PDF file

Bill of Materials/Part List

  • Bill of Materials (with the same parts grouped together in one line) in Excel-file format
  • Manufacturer name and manufacturer article number given
  • Clearly indicate whether manufacturer is required (Yes/No) or if similar part by different manufacturer may be used
  • Alternative part given for each required manufacturer
  • Ceramic-chip capacitor and und thick-film chip resistors without required manufacturer
  • Each component position listed in 1 table cell ("R1, R2, R3" instead of "R1-R3")
  • Positions that will not be assembled are clearly indicated
  • Materials supplied by customer clearly labelled as such
  • Customer article number given for all materials supplied by customer

PCB Data

  • Board assembly drawing as PDF vector file
  • Mirror-image of the bottom of board assembly drawing (soldering side) with legible part references
  • Plated (PTH) and non-plated through-holes (NPTH) visible in assembly drawing
  • Component polarity clearly marked
  • CAD files (Eagle, Altium, etc.)
  • 3-D view of PCB from top and bottom, as PDF file

General

  • Indicate which IPC-610-A Class for electronics manufacturing is required (standard is Class 2)
  • Article number for assembly project with revision status marked in both order document and data

Project Version Modifications

  • Clearly indicate modifications made to previous designs in a list of changes
  • Indicate whether only components used and/or entire layout have changed

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